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Annual 
Conference 



Journal 
1984 



Table Of Contents 

Page 

I. Officers of the Annual Conference 6 

II. Conference Directories 7 

III. Conference Calendar 10 

IV. Councils, Commissions, Committees, 

Boards, Trustees, Representatives 14 

V. Conference Registry 47 

VI. Daily Proceedings 74 

VII. Disciplinary Questions 91 

VIII. Appointments 105 

IX. Reports 118 

X. Memoirs 192 

XL Conference Structure & Rules 208 

XII. Pastoral Records 223 

XIII. Treasurer's Reports 

(Financial & Statistician's) 233 

XIV. Statistical Tables 237 



JOURNAL OF THE 

Fourteenth Session 

of the 

LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

of the 
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

South Central Jurisdiction 

held at 

CENTENARY COLLEGE 

and 

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 

June 4-6, 1984 

* 

AREA OFFICES OF THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

527 North Boulevard 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802 

(504) 346-1646 

HARVEY G. WILLIAMSON 
Conference Journal Editor 

Printed by TM/UMR Productions 
Dallas, Texas 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 




LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 




BISHOP PAUL V. GALLOWAY 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 






WHEREAS, the year 1984 marks the two hundredth anniversary of the 
Methodist Church in America; and 

WHEREAS, American Methodism's bicentennial will be celebrated through- 
out the year by activities calling attention to the contributions 
and historical development of Methodism; and 

WHEREAS, the Methodist Church has contributed significantly to the 
spiritual and social well-being of the United States and the State 
of Louisiana; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Louisianians express appreciation for 
the contributions of Methodism during this bicentennial year; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, DAVID C. TREEN, Governor of the State of Louisiana do 
hereby proclaim the year of 1984 to be a 



CELEBRATION OF THE TWO HUNDREDTH 
ANNIVERSARY OF METHODISM IN AMERICA 



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LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



DELEGATES TO THE GENERAL AND 
THE JURISDICTIONAL CONFERENCES, 1984 

Ministerial Delegates to the General Conference 

Dr. J. Woodrow Hearn, P. O. Box 1349, Baton Rouge, LA 70821 
Dr. Alfred L. Norris, 2722 Louisiana, New Orleans, LA 70115 
Dr. J. Philip Woodland, 3350 Dalrymple, Baton Rouge, LA 70802 
Dr. Tracy R. Arnold, 2727 Jackson St., Alexandria, LA 71301 
Dr. Douglas L. McGuire, P. O. Box 6018, Monroe, LA 71203 
Dr. D. L. Dykes, Jr., Head of Texas St., Shreveport, LA 71101 

Lay Delegates to the General Conference 

Dr. Nancy M. Carruth, Box 267, Bunkie, LA 71322 

Mrs. Amy Ward, 500 Walker St., New Orleans, LA 70124 

Jack Dew, Rt. 4, Box 474 A, West Monroe, LA 71291 

Mrs. Inez Chrisentery, 1940 Tennessee St., Baton Rouge, LA 70802 

Welton Brumfield, 122 S. W. Central Ave., Amite, LA 70422 

John Porter, 6214 River Road, Shreveport, LA 71105 

Ministerial Delegates to the Jurisdictional Conference 

Rev. George W. C. Calvin, Sr., P. O. Box 73685, Baton Rouge, LA 70807 

Rev. James M. Poole, 903 Broadway, Minden, LA 71055 

Rev. Kirby A. Vining, P. O. Box 4782, Monroe, LA 71203 

Rev. Joe W. McClain, 1201 Metairie Dr., Metairie, LA 70005 

Dr. L. Ray Branton, 101 Live Oak, Lafayette, LA 70503 

Dr. Kenneth R. Reed, 527 North Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA 70802 

Dr. James J. Caraway, 527 North Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA 70802 

Lay Delegates to the Jurisdictional Conference 

Walter H. Brock, 3744 Ridgetop Dr., Baton Rouge, LA 70809 

J. Jay Caraway, P. O. Box 1126, Shreveport, LA 71163 

Ernest C. Arnold, 4320 Gen'l Pershing, New Orleans, LA 70125 

Ms. Sara Fugler, P. O. Box 144, Greensburg, LA 70441 

Richard Baker, 9132 Highland Gardens Rd., Baton Rouge, LA 70811 

Mrs. Kathi B. Finnell, 334 Hwy. 190, Mandeville, LA 70448 

Mrs. Dorothy M. Taylor, 2724 Martin L. King, Jr. Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70113 

Reserve Ministerial Delegates to the Jurisdictional Conference 

Dr. W. Odell Simmons, P. O. Box 4188, Shreveport, LA 71134-0188 
Rev. Carole Cotton-Winn, P. O. Box 887, Houma, LA 70361 
Rev. Donald R. Avery, 2038 Plank Rd., Baton Rouge, LA 70802 
Rev. Christopher H. Andrews, 360 Robert Rd., Slidell, LA 70458 

Reserve Lay Delegates to the Jurisdictional Conference 

Mrs. Elizabeth M. McGowan, 9294 Windrift St., Baton Rouge, LA 70809 
W. D. Cotton, P. O. Box 857, Rayville, LA 71269 
Truman L. Ward, 500 Walker St., New Orleans, LA 70124 
Jack Warren, 2023 Gemini Dr., Bastrop, LA 71220 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



I. Officers Of The Annual Conference 

* 

EXECUTIVE OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT — Bishop Paul V. Galloway, 527 North Boulevard, Baton Rouge 70802 
(504-346-1646) 

SECRETARY — Harvey G. Williamson, 527 North Boulevard, Baton Rouge 70802 
(504-346-1646) 

RECORDING SECRETARY — Lael Jones, 302 1 Curtis Lane, Shreveport 71 109 (318-635-5688) 

ASSISTANT SECRETARIES — Charles Humphreys, Jack S. Winegart, Roger Lathan, C. 
Gerald Richardson. 

STATISTICIAN AND TREASURER — J. J. Caraway, 527 North Boulevard, Baton Rouge 
70802 (504-346-1646) 

CHANCELLOR — W. Davis Cotton, P. O. Box 857, Rayville 71269 

ASSOCIATE CHANCELLORS — D. Ryan Sartor, Jr., Thomas H. Harrell, J. Jay Caraway 

DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS 

ALEXANDRIA DISTRICT - William F. Mayo, 2013 MacArthur Dr., Bldg. 2, Suite #2, 
Alexandria 71301 (318-443-3213) 

BATON ROUGE-HAMMOND DISTRICT — Kenneth R. Reed, 527 North Blvd., Baton Rouge 
70802 (504-346-1646) 

iTON ROUGE-LAFAYI 

Rouge 70802 (504-346-1646) 

LAKE CHARLES DISTRICT — Woodrow W. Smith, 816 Kirkman St., Lake Charles 70601 
(318-439-2982) 

MONROE DISTRICT — Douglas L. McGuire, Box 6018, Monroe 71203 (318-387-7364) 

NEW ORLEANS-HOUMA DISTRICT — William C. Blakely, 3401 Canal St., New Orleans 701 19 

(504-488-5431) 

NEW ORLEANS-SLIDELL DISTRICT — Stone W. Caraway, 3401 Canal St., New Orleans 
70119(504-488-5430) 

RUSTON DISTRICT — Donald J. Hall, P. O. Box 929, Ruston 71273 (318-251-2690) 

SHREVEPORT DISTRICT — W. Odell Simmons, Box 4188, Shreveport 71134-0188 
(318-869-4568) 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

II. Conference Directories 

JURISDICTIONAL AND GENERAL AGENCIES 

South Central Jurisdiction Office — 6155 Samuell Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75228 (214) 
321-7077 

Cokesbury Service Center — 201 Eighth Avenue South, Box 801, Nashville, TN 37202 (615) 
749-6113 

Discipleship Resources — 1908 Grand Avenue, Box 189, Nashville, TN 37202 (615) 
327-2700 

Mt. Sequoyah United Methodist Assembly — Fayetteville, AR 72701 (501) 443-4531 

General Commission on Archives & History — P. O. Box 127, Madison, NJ 07940 (201) 
822-2787 

Board of Church & Society — 100 Maryland Ave., N.E., Washington, D.C. 20002 (202) 
488-5600 

United Methodist Communications — 601 W. Riverview Avenue, Dayton, OH 45406 (513) 
222-2531 

Board of Discipleship — 1908 Grand Avenue, Box 840, Nashville, TN 37202 (615) 327-2700 

General Council on Finance & Administration — 1200 Davis Street, Evanston, IL 60201 
(312) 869-3345 

Board of Global Ministries — 475 Riverside Drive, New York, NY 10027 (212) 870-3600 

Board of Higher Education & Ministry — 1001 19th Avenue S., Box 871, Nashville, TN 
37202 (615) 327-2700 

General Council on Ministries — 601 W. Riverview Avenue, Dayton, OH 45406 (512) 
222-6761 

Board of Pensions — 1200 Davis Street, Evanston, IL 60201 (312) 869-4550 

Board of Publication — (The United Methodist Publishing House), 201 Eighth Avenue, S., 
Nashville, TN 37202 (615) 749-6000 

Commission on Religion & Race — P. O. Box 48-49, 110 Maryland Avenue, N.E., 
Washington, D.C. 20002 (202) 547-4270 

Commission on the Status & Role of Women — 1200 Davis Street, Evanston, IL 60201 
(312) 869-7330 

Curricuphone Infoserve EcuFilm 

1-800-251-8591 1-800-251-8140 1-800-251-4091 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



DIRECTORY OF PERSONNEL OF INSTITUTIONS 
RELATED TO THE CONFERENCE 

Centenary College — Dr. Donald A. Webb, President, P. O. Box 4188, Shreveport, LA 71134- 
0188(318)869-5011 

Dillard University — Dr. Samuel DuBois Cook, President, 2601 Gentilly Blvd., New Orleans, LA 
70122 (504) 283-8822 

Dulac Community Center — Mr. Roy Parfait, Administrator, P. O. Box 100, Dulac, LA 70353 
(504) 563-7483 

Lafon Home — Edward J. Lang, Administrator, 4021 Cadillac St., New Orleans 70122 (504) 
288-2314 

Louisiana Interchurch Conference — Rev. Jimmy Stovall, Executive Director, 440 N. Foster, 
Suite 106, Baton Rouge, LA 70806 (504) 924-0213 

Louisiana Moral & Civic Foundation — Mr. Ken Ward, Executive Director, P. O. Box 2951, 
Baton Rouge, LA 70821 (504) 343-5788 

Macdonell United Methodist Children's Services, Inc. — Mr. Gerald J. Bridges, Executive 
Director, 1210 E. Main Street, Houma, LA 70360 (504) 868-8362 

Methodist Children's Home — Mr. Terrel DeVille, Executive Director, 900 S. Vienna, P. 0. Box 
929, Ruston, LA 71270 (318) 255-5020 

Methodist Home of New Orleans — Rev. Conrad P. Edwards, Superintendent, P. O. Box 15109, 
Station B, New Orleans, LA 70125 (504) 895-7709 

Pendleton Memorial Methodist Hospital — Mr. Lee Lawrence, President, Rev. Paul G. Durbin, 
Chaplain, 5620 Read Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70175 (504) 241-2400 

Peoples Community Center — Rev. Percell Church, Jr., Superintendent, 2009 Simon Bolivar 
Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70113 (504) 524-1041 

Retired Ministers' Homes Board, Inc. — Rev. James Adams, Chairman of Board, 201 John 
Wesley Blvd., Bossier City, LA 71112 (318) 742-3823 

St. Mark's Community Center — Mr. James Seymour, Director, 1130 N. Rampart, New 
Orleans, LA 70116 (504) 529-1681 

LOUISIANA CONFERENCE ARCHIVES 

Magale Library — Centenary College, Shreveport, LA 71 104 (318) 869-5170. Former Confer- 
ence B — Alexander Library, Dillard University, New Orleans, LA 70122, (504) 944-8751. 

HOSPITAL MEDICAL EXPENSE PROGRAM 

Charlotte Evans 

Blue Cross of Louisiana 

P.O. Box 15699 

Baton Rouge, LA 70895 

(504)922-1782 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



DIRECTORY OF CAMPS 



CAMP BREWER 

2013 MacArthur Dr. 
Bldg. 2, Suite 2 
Alexandria, LA 71301 
(318) 443-3213 



CAMP ISTROUMA 

P. O. Box 333 

Greenwell Springs, LA 70739 

(504) 261-2089 



CANEY LAKE CAMP 

P. O. Box 707 
Minden, LA 71055 
(318) 377-6756 

GULFSIDE ASSEMBLY AND CAMP 

P. O. Box 186 

Waveland, Mississippi 39576 

(601) 467-4909 



LAKE CHARLES CAMP 

Box 5 

Leblanc, LA 70651 

(318) 738-5259 — (318) 439-2982 

ST. MARK'S CAMP (Covington) 
1130 N. Rampart 
New Orleans, LA 701 16 
(504) 892-2934 



DIRECTORY OF CAMPUS MINISTRIES 



Louisiana Tech U. Wesley Foundation 
Tech Station, Box 3005 
Ruston, LA 71272 
(318)255-3112 

LSU, Baton Rouge 
Uniting Campus Ministry 
333 East Chimes 
Baton Rouge, LA 70802 
(504) 344-7695 

McNeese State U. Wesley Foundation 

501 E. Sale 

Lake Charles, LA 70605 

(318) 477-2191 

Nicholls State U. Wesley Foundation 
1257 Canal Boulevard, P.O. Box 1201 
Thibodaux, LA 70301 
(504) 447-4295 



Northwestern U. Wesley Foundation 
P. O. Box 4285 
Natchitoches, LA 71457 
(318) 352-2888 

Southeastern U. Wesley Foundation 
903 W. Colorado 
Hammond, LA 70401 
(504) 345-6175 

Southern U. Wesley Foundation 
P. O. Box 10310 
Baton Rouge, LA 70813 
(504) 778-0076 

Southwestern LA Wesley Foundation 
238 Gen. Gardner 
Lafayette, LA 70506 
(318) 235-6073 



Northeast U. Wesley Foundation 

112 Delano Drive 

Monroe, LA 71203 

(318) 343-2944 

UNO Southern Delgado 
Wesley Campus Ministry 
Student Life Office 
New Orleans, LA 70122 
(504) 288-7880 



Tulane Newcomb Wesley Foundation 

7002 Jeannette 

New Orleans, LA 701 15 

(504) 866-8681 



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III. Conference Calendar 
1984-1985 



JUNE, 1984 

3 SS Conference Task Force, Centenary, Smith Bldg., Rm. 104, 4 p.m. 

4- 6 Louisiana Annual Conference, Shreveport 

5 Final Lectionary Telecast at Noon — Int. SS Lesson, 7:30 p.m. 

10 Pentecost Sunday 

11-15 UMW — West Gulf Regional School of Christian Missions 

11-15 Senior High, Caney Conference Centre 

12 Int. SS Lesson, 7:30 p.m. 

12 LA UM Magazine, 8:00 p.m. 

12 Preachers "Moving Day" 

17 Father's Day 

18-21 Bishops' Week — Mt. Sequoyah 

18-22 Senior High Camp, Baton Rouge-New Orleans Districts, Camp Istrouma 

18-22 Junior High I, Caney Conference Centre 

19 LA UM Magazine 12:30 — International SS Lesson 7:30 p.m. 

23-24 U.M.M. Annual Retreat, Centenary College 

25-29 Elementary I, Lake Charles Camp 

25-29 Elementary Camp, Baton Rouge-New Orleans Districts, Camp Istrouma 

25-29 Elementary I, Caney Conference Centre 

26 International SS Lesson, 7:30 p.m. 

30 Pastor, Parsonette Supper, FUMC, Denham Springs 5:15 p.m., 
Baton Rouge-Hammond District 
JULY, 1984 

2- 6 Jr. High Camp, Baton Rouge-New Orleans Districts, Camp Istrouma 

7-13 Lab/Seminar, Mt. Sequoyah 

9-13 Junior High II, Caney Conference Centre 

9-13 Elementary II Camp, Baton Rouge-New Orleans Districts, Camp Istrouma 

9-13 Junior High Camp, Camp Brewer 

13-15 Sr. High, Lake Charles Camp 

15-21 Clown, Mime, Puppet & Dance Ministry Wkshp., LSU Continuing Ed. Center 

15-21 Nat'l Wkshp & Festival, Storytelling & Religious Message, LSU Continuing Ed. Center 

16-19 South Central Jurisdictional Conference, Lubbock, TX, 

First United Methodist Church 

16-20 Elementary II, Caney Conference Centre 

19-23 CWU Assembly, West Lafayette, Indiana, Purdue University 

23 UMW Executive Committee Meeting, Centenary 

23-27 Jr. High, Lake Charles Camp 

23-27 Junior High III, Caney Conference Centre 

23-27 Elementary III Camp, Baton Rouge-New Orleans Districts 

24-27 UMW — School of Christian Mission I 

25-29 Elementary Camp I, Camp Brewer 

27-29 UMW — School of Christian Mission II 

30- 1 First Timers' Camp, Lake Charles Camp 

30- 3 Elementary III, Caney Conference Centre 

30- 3 Junior High Camp, Baton Rouge-New Orleans Districts 

30- 3 Elementary Camp II, Camp Brewer 



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AUGUST, 1984 

3-12 U.M. Seminar on Nat'l & Internat'l Affairs, New York & Washington, D.C. 

6- 9 Pastor's School, Centenary 

10-12 Scout Coordinators Training, Mt. Sequoyah 

13-17 Conference Youth Event for Junior & Senior High Students, "Great Spiritual Life" 

Rally, Kansas City 

13-17 Elementary II, Lake Charles Camp 

13-17 Elementary IV Camp, Baton Rouge-New Orleans Districts 

19 Mission Workshop, FUMC, Lafayette, 2:30 

24-25 Conference Board of Discipleship Job Training Event 

26 Campus Ministry Open House 
SEPTEMBER, 1984 

6- 7 Fall Retreat, 1st & 2nd yr. candidates, Full Connection 

8 Communication Committee, FUMC, B.R., 10:00-3:00 

9 "Celebration of Women in Methodism in 200 Years" 

13 JCFA — 10:00 a.m., AMFAC Hotel, Dallas 
14-15 UMW Annual Meeting, Ruston, Trinity UMC 

15 Video Workshop, Trinity, Ruston, 10:00-4:00 

17-18 LIC Board of Directors, Mary Hill Retreat Center, Pineville, LA 

19 Conference Council Directors Meeting, Dallas 

20-21 JCOM, Dallas, 2:00 p.m. 

21-22 Conference Board of Global Ministries, Alexandria 

22 Video Workshop, Conference Headquarters 10:00-4:00 

22 Board of Global Ministry, FUMC, Alexandria 

24-26 Regional Meeting of Ordained Ministry, Executive Inn, Dallas 

25 CFA, Headquarters Bldg., 10:00 a.m. 
29 CSRW Headquarters Bldg., 9:30 a.m. 

OCTOBER, 1984 

3- 4 GCFA Training & Orientation, Mt. Sequoyah 

6 New Orleans-Slidell District Mtg. UMW, Elizabeth Sullivan UMC, Bogalusa 

6 Monroe District UMW Mtg., Memorial UMC, Bastrop 

6 Lake Charles District UMW Mtg., DeRidder, FUMC 

6 SS Growth & Renewal Workshop, Trinity, Ruston 9:00-4:00 

7 Ruston District UMW Mtg., Brushwood UMC 
7 World Communion Sunday 

7 Baton Rouge-Hammond District UMW Mtg., Blackwater UMC 

7 Baton Rouge-Lafayette District UMW Mtg., Wesley UMC, Baton Rouge 

8-11 "Mt. Top" Retreat for Retirees, Mt. Sequoyah 

12 CCOM Program Planning Mtg., B.R. FUMC, 10:00 a.m. 

14 Alexandria UMW Mtg., David Haas UMC 

14 Shreveport District UMW Mtg., Summer Grove UMC, Shreveport 

14 Laity Sunday 

14 New Orleans-Houma District Mtg. UMW, Golden Meadow UMC 

15-18 "Best Is Yet To Be" Retreat for Retirees, Mt. Sequoyah 

18 Centenary Board of Trustees, 12 noon 

18 Centenary Church Council, Shreveport 9:00-1:00 

19 Methodist Home of New Orleans 

20 District Elected Leaders Training, Horseshoe Dr. UMC, Alexandria, 9:30 a.m. 

21 World Order Sunday 

2 1 -23 Wally White Lectures, Alexandria, FUMC 

22 Wally White Luncheon for Ministers — 12 noon 
22-25 "Autumn Time" Retreat for Retirees, Mt. Sequoyah 

26 Theological Reflection Day, 2nd yr. candidates only 

26-28 Student Interchurch Conference, Ruston, Camp Alabama, BHECM 



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26-28 UMW District Annual Meetings 

26-28 Hunger Education Event, Alexandria 

29-31 Regional Board of Pensions, Hilton Hotel-LBJ, Dallas, TX 

NOVEMBER, 1984 

2 World Community Day — CWU 

3 "Discover Centenary," Monroe, Ruston, Shreveport Districts 
3 Political Skills Workshop, Baton Rouge, 9:00 a.m. 

3 Workshop for Teachers of Children (North Louisiana) 

5 Biographical Update to be sent to all seminarians 

10 Workshop for Teachers of Children (North Louisiana) 
9-11 Jr. Hi. Retreat, Caney 

1 1 Stewardship Day 

16-18 Training for Conference Committee on Nominations 

17 Missional Priority Interpretation, EMLC 

17 National Bible Sunday 

17 Workshop for Teachers of Children (North Louisiana) 

18-22 National Bible Week 

25 UM Student Day 
DECEMBER, 1984 

2 First Sunday of Advent 

6- 8 Jurisdictional Training Event, Executive Inn, Dallas 

7 "Discover Centenary" Baton Rouge-Hammond and Baton Rouge-Lafayette Districts. 
10 Human Rights Day 

13 Centenary Board of Trustees, 12 noon 

23 Good Samaritan Observance 
JANUARY, 1985 

1 Call to Prayer and Self-Denial, Jan. -March 
(Choose any period in these months) 

5 License to Preach School, FUMC, Baton Rouge & Trinity, Ruston 

5 Workshop for Teachers of Children (South Louisiana) 

7-11 January Study Week 

9-11 January Study Week, Centenary 

12 License to Preach School, FUMC, Baton Rouge & Trinity, Ruston 
12 Workshop for Teachers of Children (South Louisiana) 

15-18 District Audits 

19 License to Preach School, FUMC, Baton Rouge & Trinity, Ruston 

19 Workshop for Teachers of Children (South Louisiana) 

21-25 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 

24-26 Convocation of Boards, FUMC, Baton Rouge 

25 CFA Meeting, Headquarters Bldg., 10:00 a.m. 

26 License to Preach School, FUMC, Baton Rouge & Trinity, Ruston 

27 UMW Sunday 
29-30 LIC Annual Meeting 

30 Deadline for Dist. Committees to recommend Candidates for Probationary 
Membership 
FEBRUARY, 1985 

1-28 In-Parish Visit of both 1st and 2nd yr. Candidates for Full Connection 

1 "Discover Centenary" Lake Charles, Alexandria, Districts 

2 License to Preach School, FUMC, Baton Rouge & Trinity, Ruston 
4- 7 Ministers' Week, S.M.U. 

8 "Discover Centenary" New Orleans-Houma, and New Orleans-Slidell 
8- 9 UMW Conf. Mid-Year Executive Committee Meetings, Bunkie 

8-10 Sr. Hi. Retreat, Caney 



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9 License to Preach School, FUMC, Baton Rouge & Trinity, Ruston 

14 Centenary Church Council, Shreveport, 9:00-1:00 

15 Pre-Retirement Workshop, FUMC, Alexandria 

15 Annual Progress Report will be sent to all Probationers 

16 License to Preach School, FUMC, Baton Rouge & Trinity, Ruston 

17 Human Relations Day Offering 
18-22 Brotherhood Week 

22-24 UMW Christian Disciplines Workshop 

23 License to Preach School, FUMC, Baton Rouge & Trinity, Ruston 

24 First Sunday in Lent 
MARCH, 1985 

1-31 In-Parish Visit of both 1st and 2nd yr. Candidates for Full Connection 
1 CCOM Budget Meeting, FUMC, Baton Rouge, 10:00 a.m. 

1 World Day of Prayer 

2 License to Preach School, FUMC, Baton Rouge & Trinity, Ruston 

6 Board of Directors for Methodist Home of New Orleans 
8- 9 Y.S.F. North, Caney 

10-11 Mission Interpretation Event for each District, Sponsored by the BGM Promotion, 
Education Cultivations Committee 
12 Local Pastors Spring Interview, FUMC, Baton Rouge 

12 Conference CFA, Headquarters Bldg. — 10:00 a.m. 

13 Local Pastors Spring Interview, FUMC, Alexandria 

15-16 St. Assembly Mtgs. of Church Women United, New Orleans 

17 One Great Hour of Sharing 

21 Centenary Board of Trustees, 12 noon 
22-23 UMW Conference-Wide Retreat 

26 UM Foundation Meeting, Camelot Club, Baton Rouge, 12:00 noon 
APRIL, 1985 

7 Good Samaritan Observance 

16 Info Workshop, Diaconal Ministry, Arcadia FUMC 

21 COCU Sunday 

23 Info Workshop, Diaconal Ministry, FUMC, Baton Rouge 
24-26 Spring Retreat for an interview with 1st & 2nd yr. Candidates and those recom- 
mended for Probationary Membership 
MAY, 1985 

3 May Fellowship Day 
5 Golden Cross Sunday 

6-10 National Family Week 

9 Centenary Board of Trustees, 4:00 p.m. 
12 Festival of the Christian Home 
26 Pentecost 
JUNE, 1985 

3 Annual Conference and the Gather and Sharing Event 
3- 5 Louisiana Annual Conference, Shreveport 
27-29 Conference on The Holy Spirit, Methodists for Renewal, Centenary College 
JULY, 1985 

12-14 Fourth Congress of UM Men, Purdue University 
29- 2 National Conference on Ministry with Children, Nashville 
AUGUST, 1985 

25 Campus Ministry Open House 
SEPTEMBER, 1985 

18 Board of Directors for Methodist Home of New Orleans 



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LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



IV. Councils, Boards, Commissions, 
Committees, Trustees, Representatives 

A. COUNCILS 
CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION: 

President: J. Woodrow Hearn 
Vice President: Welton H. Brumfield, Jr. 
Secretary: Nancy M. Carruth 
Financial Officer: James J. Caraway 

Clerical: Kirby Vining, J. Woodrow Hearn, Charles Humphreys, Richard Hoffpauir, George 
Calvin. 
Lay: 

Welton H. Brumfield, Jr. — 206 La Sare Dr., Amite, 70422 
Nancy M. Carruth — P.O. Box 267, Bunkie, 71322 
John Porter — 6214 River Rd., Shreveport, 71105 
Shirley Hoffpauir — Rt. 16, Box 1549, Lake Charles 70605 
Luther Jordan — P.O. Box 1511, Baton Rouge, 70062 
Matt Kawasaki — 14360 Chef Menteur Hwy., New Orleans 70129 
Cabinet Liaison: Kenneth R. Reed. 

CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES MEMBERSHIP 



CABINET 






Presiding Bishop 


Paul V. Galloway 


527 North Boulevard 
Baton Rouge, 70802 


Alexandria 


William F. Mayo 


2013 MacArthur, Bldg. 2, 
Suite 2, Alexandria 71301 


Baton Rouge-Hammond 


Kenneth R. Reed 


527 North Boulevard 
Baton Rouge, 70802 


Baton Rouge-Lafayette 


Moses T. Jackson 


527 North Boulevard 
Baton Rouge, 70802 


Lake Charles 


Woodrow W. Smith 


816 Kirkman Street 
Lake Charles, 70601 


Monroe 


Douglas L. McGuire 


Box 6018, Monroe, 71203 


New Orleans-Houma 


William C. Blakely 


3401 Canal Street 
New Orleans, 70119 


New Orleans-Slidell 


Stone W. Caraway 


3401 Canal Street 
New Orleans, 70119 


Ruston 


Donald J. Hall 


Box 929, Ruston, 71273 


Shreveport 


W. Odell Simmons 


Box 4188, Shreveport 
71134-0188 


DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVES 




Alexandria 


Paul White 


700 Windermere 
Alexandria, 71301 


Baton Rouge-Hammond 


O. W. Marrs 


2242 Monaco Drive, 
Baton Rouge, 70815 



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Baton Rouge-Lafayette 

Lake Charles 

Monroe 

New Orleans-Houma 

New Orleans-Slidell 

Ruston 

Shreveport 



Inez Chrisentery 
Charles Simmons 
George Gladney 
Wadsworth Davis 
Marta Sanfiel 
Jason Owen 
Lael Jones 



BOARDS & COMMISSION REPRESENTATIVES 

Archives & History Ch. Wadsworth Davis 



Christian Unity & Inter- 
religious Affairs 
Church & Society 

Discipleship 

Diaconal Min. Chair. 

Equitable Sal. Chair. 
Global Ministries 

Higher Ed. & Campus 

Ministries 
Board of Laity 

Ordained Min. Chair 

Pensions Chairperson 

Religion & Race Chair. 



Lonnie M. Sibley 

DeWitt M. Ginn 

H. A. Harrington, Jr. 

Donald G. Emler 

Terry Willis 
L. Ray Branton 

Donald C. Cottrill 

O. W. Marrs 

Alfred L. Norris 

Tracy R. Arnold 

Roger J. Newman 



Status & Role of Women Betty Rowell 
Trustees, President Tom Matheny 

CONFERENCE Richard H. Baker 

LAY LEADER 
UNITED MEHTODIST Mrs. Nell Read, 

WOMEN President 

UNITED METHODIST Jack Dew 

MEN 
CONFERENCE 

YOUNG ADULTS 



CONFERENCE 
YOUTH TEAM 



Kevin Guidry 

C. A. (Hap) Martin III 

Geoff Hart 

Missy Hopson 



1940 Tennessee, 

Baton Rouge, 70802 
833 W. Jefferson 

Lake Charles, 70605 
Rt. 3, Box 210, 

Rayville, 71269 
4433 Annette, 

New Orleans, 70122 
3401 Canal Blvd., 

New Orleans, 70119 
1403 Bistenueau, 

Ruston, 71270 
3939 Pines Road, 

Shreveport, 71119 



4433 Annette, 

New Orleans, 70122 
Box 727, Denham Springs, 70726 

629 W. LaGrange 

Lake Charles, 70605 
1411 GlenwoodDr., 

West Monroe, 71291 
P.O. Box 4188, 

Shreveport, 71134-0188 
Box 360, Arcadia, 71001 
101 Live Oak Blvd., 

Lafayette, 70503 
Box 1349, Baton Rouge, 70821 

2242 Monaco Drive, 

Baton Rouge, 70815 
7424 Scottsdale Dr., 

New Orleans, 70127 
2727 Jackson, 

Alexandria, 71301 
7860 Emile Street, 

Baton Rouge, 70807 
5215 Fifth, Eunice, 70535 
Box 221, Hammond, 70404 
527 N. Blvd, 

Baton Rouge, 70802 
P.O. Box 71, 

Farmerville, 71241 
Rt. 4, Box 474-A, 

West Monroe, 71291 
4528-D Tabony, 

Metairie, 70002 
3811 Morrison PI., Apt. C 

Monroe, 71201 
1308 Lakeshore Dr., 

Natchitoches 71457 
1626 S. Carrollton, 

New Orleans, 70118 



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CONFERENCE STAFF 

Director, CCOM 

Director, 

Special Ministries 
Director, 

Communications 
Coordinator, 

Youth & Young Adult 
Director, Financial 

Affairs 



Harvey G. Williamson 
Samuel W. Walker 
A. Elwood Fleming 
L. Patterson Culligan 
J. J. Caraway 



527 North Boulevard, 

Baton Rouge, 70802 
527 North Boulevard, 

Baton Rouge, 70802 
527 North Boulevard, 

Baton Rouge, 70802 
527 North Boulevard, 

Baton Rouge, 70802 
527 North Boulevard, 

Baton Rouge, 70802 



MEMBERS AT LARGE — GENERAL & JURISDICTIONAL REPS 



JCOM 

GCOM & GCFA 

President 
GB Church & Society 

GB Discipleship 
GB Global Ministries 

GB Higher Ed. & 
Campus Min. 
GB Publications 

GCFA 



Nell Read 

J. Woodrow Hearn 

Jack Dew 

Carol Cotton-Winn 
Amy Ward 

Nancy Carruth 

Alfred L. Norris 

J. J. Carrway 



P.O. Box 71, 

Farmerville, 71241 
P.O. Box 1349, 

Baton Rouge, 70821 
Rt. 4, Box 474-A, 

West Monroe, 71291 
Box 886, Houma, 70360 
500 Walker, 

New Orleans, 70124 
Box 267, Bunkie, 71322 

2700 Louisiana Ave. 

New Orleans, 70115 
527 North Boulevard, 

Baton Rouge,70802 



DISTRICT COUNCILS ON MINISTRIES 



Alexandria District Council On Ministries 



Chairperson 
Vice Chairperson 
Secretary 

COORDINATORS 
Children's Ministries 
Youth Ministries 

Young Adult Ministries 
Adult Ministries 
Older Adult Ministries 
Family Ministries 

CHAIRPERSONS 
Camping 

Church and Society 
Communications 
Christian Unity and 
Interreligious Concerns 



Name 

John Lee 
Tracy Arnold 
John Downs 



Mrs. Pat Hogan 
Danny Krouse 
Larry Norman 
Larry O'Dell 
Paul Carroll, Sr. 
Fred Flurry 
John Downs 



Steven Bearden 
Daisy Larry 
Kent Kilbourne 
Michael McLaurin 



Mailing Address 

1600 Horseshoe, Alex. 71301 
2727 Jackson, Alex. 71301 
Box 99, Lecompte 71346 



1600 Horseshoe, Alex. 71301 
Box 127, Jena 71342 
2727 Jackson, Alex. 71301 
Box 680, Bunkie 71322 
Box 127, Jena 71342 
2727 Jackson, Alex. 71301 
Box 99, Lecompte 71346 



306 Tioga Rd., Phwille 71360 
1103 Papin, Alex. 71301 
2727 Jackson, Alex. 71301 
P.O. Box 510, Winnfield 71483 



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Education 
Evangelism 
Global Ministries 
Religion and Race 
Stewardship 
Worship 

Higher Education and 
Campus Ministry 



Mrs. Eloise Franklin 
John Lee 
Alonzo Campbell 
Katie P. Williams 
Tracy Arnold 
Mrs. Paul White 
Richard Hoffpauir 



426 Choctaw, Pineville 71360 
1600 Horseshoe, Alex. 71360 
Box 1866, Alexandria 71301 
1516 Turner, Alex. 71301 
2727 Jackson, Alex. 71301 
700 Windermere, Alex. 71301 
411 Second, Natchitoches 71457 



OTHER LEADERS 
District Lay Leader 
President, UMW 
President, UMM 
Rep., Youth Team (2) 
Director, 1000 Club 
Chairman, CFA 
(Without vote) 



Charlie Johnston 
Mrs. Georgia Dunbar 
V. J. French 
David Morgan 
John Tubb 
Charles Goodgame 



2311 Myrtle, Alex. 71301 
207 Payne, Pineville 71360 
P.O. Box A, Jena 71342 
Rt. 1, Box 372-C, Jena 71342 
5909 Tall Pine, Pineville 71360 
317 Lawrence, Pineville 71360 



Baton Rouge-Hammond District Council On Ministries 



Chairperson 

Vice-Chairperson 
Secretary 



Name 

Rev. Alan D. Einsel 

Rev. Robt. Burgess 
Rev. J. Penn Morgan 



Mailing Address 

10328 Jefferson Highway 

B.R. 70809 
P.O. Box 596, Amite. 70422 
Rt. 1, Box 360, Baker 70714 



COORDINATORS 
Children's Ministries 
Youth Ministries 
Young Adult Ministries 
Adult Ministries 
Older Adult Ministries 

Family Ministries 



Mrs. Sally Lofland 
P. W. Sibley, Jr. 
Rev. Ken Jacocks 
Rev. Angus L. Carruth 
Rev. John H. Sewell 
Mrs. Louise Sewell 
Rev. Richard R. Meek 



3023 Tall Timber Road, B.R. 70816 
P.O. Box 207, Walker 70785 
903 W. Colorado, Hammond 70401 
P.O. Box 69, Hammond 70404 
13028 Maleda, Baker 70714 

224 W. Fabian, Gonzales 70737 



CHAIRPERSONS 
Camping 

Church & Society 
Communications 
Christian Unity & 

Interreligious 
Concerns 
Education 
Evangelism 
Global Ministries 
Religion & Race 
Stewardship 
Worship 
Higher Education & 

Campus Ministry 



Rev. T. R. Bergeron, Sr. 

Betty Ferrington 
Rev. J. Penn Morgan 
Rev. Gilbert Wade 



Barbara Einsel 
Rev. Robert L. Burgess 
Ola B. Fisher 
Margaret St. Amant 
Rev. Joe A. Hoover 
Rev. Clarence Hillard 



16832 Teneiya Ave. 

Greenwell Springs 70739 
P.O. Box 21, Walker 70785 
P.O. Box 242, Kentwood 70444 
7827 Bles Ave., Apt. 5, B.R. 70810 



10478 Ridgeley, B.R. 70809 
P.O. Box 596, Amite 70422 
P.O. Box 686, Clinton 70722 
4537 Gibbens-Payne, Baker 70714 
P.O. Box 250, Jackson 70748 
10724 Ridgecrest, B.R. 70807 



Rev. John Ed Dilworth 10230 Mollylea, B.R. 70815 



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OTHER LEADERS 
District Lay Leader 
President, UMW 
President, UMM 

Representatives, 
Youth Team 
Director, 1000 Club 
Chairman CFA 
(without vote) 



Ross Downing 
Alice Story 
Ofney K. Ellis 

Sid Wall 
Wes Davis 
M. E. Taylor 



903 Greenlawn, Hammond 70401 
2018 Connie Dr., D.S. 70726 
7940 Jefferson Hwy., #101 

B.R. 70809 
1313 River Road, D.S. 70726 
P.O. Box 492, Denham Springs 70726 
P.O. Box 425, Denham Springs 70726 



Welton H. Brumfield, Jr. 206 LaSare, Amite 70422 



MEMBERS AT LARGE 



Dr. Lonie M. Sibley 



P.O. Box 727, Denham Springs 70726 



Baton Rouge- Lafayette District Council On Ministries 



Chairperson 



Name 

Rev. George Calvin 



Mailing Address 

P.O. Box 73685, B.R. 70807 



COORDINATORS 
Childrens Ministries 
Youth Ministries 

Young Adult Ministries 
Adult Ministries 
Older Adult Ministries 
Family Ministries 
Scouting 



Rev. Ira Robinson 
Mrs. Alvin Eames 
Mr. Reed Gros 
Mr. Stan Williams 
Rev. Donald C. Cottrill 

Mrs. Mildred Bowie 
Mr. Don Shelmire 



922 Main, Franklin 70538 

941 Goose St., B.R. 70807 

103 Holiday Blvd., Lafayette 70501 

5142 Bluebell, B.R. 70808 

P.O. Box 1349, B.R. 70821 

5144 Madison Ave., B.R. 70802 
5436 San Juan, B.R. 70811 



CHAIRPERSONS 
Camping 

Church & Society 
Communications 
Christian Unity & 
Interreligious Concerns 
Education 
Evangelism 

Global Ministries 

Religion & Race 

Stewardship 

Worship 

Higher Education & 

Campus Ministry 

Health& Welfare 

Missions 

Social Concerns 

Town & Country 



Rev. A. Wayne Evans 



Rev. Charles Langford 
Mrs. Carlyle Chapman 

Mrs. Marian Griffin 

Rev. Welcon Bares 

Dr. J. Albert Trickett 

Mr. M. S. White 

Rev. George Calvin 

Mr. Don Chun 

Rev. Kenneth M. Fisher 



Mrs. Isabel M. Herson 
Mrs. Clytie Perry 
Dr. Rogers Newman 
Rev. George Cunningham 



710 Jefferson Blvd., 
Lafayette 70501 

101 Live Oak, Lafayette 70503 
2425 79th Ave., B.R. 70807 

6815 Willow Springs, B.R. 70811 
109 Montrose, Lafayete 70503 
724 Shady Lane Pkwy., B.R. 70810 
P.O. Box 58, New Iberis 70561-0058 
P.O. Box 73685, B.R. 70807 
140 Greenbriar Cr., Lafayette 70503 
1445 N. 29th, B.R. 70802 



1827 79th Ave., B.R. 70807 
946 N. 23rd, B.R. 70802 
7860 Emile, B.R. 70807 
907 Canal, Plaquemine 70764 



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OTHER LEADERS 
District Lay Leader 
President, UMW 
President, UMM 
Rep. Youth Team (2) 

Director, 1000 Club 
Chairman, CFA 
(without vote) 



Mr. Thomas Harrell 
Mrs. Janelle McCammon 
Mr. Mark J. Solomon 
Miss Stephanie Hyde 
Miss Charlotte Calvin 
Mr. W. F. Atkinson 
Rev. Donald Avery 



3830 Jolly Dr., B.R. 70808 

161 Emerite, Lafayette 70506 

P.O. Box 31147, Lafayette 70503 

4326 Poplar, B.R. 70808 

2626 Harding Blvd., B.R. 70807 

211 Montgomery, Lafayette 70506 

2038 Plank Rd., B.R. 70802 



Lake Charles District Council On Ministries 



Chairperson 
Vice Chairperson 
Secretary 



Name 

Mrs. Mary A. Compton 
Mr. Marion A. Benson 
Mrs. Cathey D. Lannerd 



Mailing Address 

Rt. 1, Box 410, Jennings, 70546 
1311 Hilma, Westlake, LA 70669 
Rt. 8, Box 590, Lake Charles 70605 



COORDINATORS 
Children's Ministries 

Youth Ministries 
Young Adult Ministries 
Adult Ministries 

Older Adult Ministries 
Family Ministries 



Mrs. Joyce Hazel 

Mrs. Bobbie Murphy 
Dr. James Schaub 
Mrs. Diane Kane 
Mrs. Margaret Ford 
Mrs. Mickey Pugh 



2701 Gen. Moore, 

Lake Charles 70605 
2038 Ilene, Sulphur 70663 
812 Kirkman, Lake Charles 70601 
601 W. School, Lake Charles 70605 
1019 Norwood, Jennings, 70546 
4344 Hearth, Lake Charles 70605 



CHAIRPERSONS 
Camping 

Church and Society 
Communications 
Christian Unity and 
Interreligious 

Concerns 
Education 
Evangelism 
Global Ministries 
Religion and Race 
Stewardship 
Worship 
Higher Education and 

Campus Ministry 



Rev. DeWitt Ginn 
Mrs. Geneva Bell 
Mrs. Belle Richard 
Rev. Donald R. Morgan 



Ms. Marsha Alexander 
Rev. Robert L. Potter 
Rev. Steven W. Caraway 
Mrs. Dorothy Abraham 
Rev. J. Henry Bowdon, Jr. 
Dr. Theo S. Standley 
Rev. Wayne G. Taylor 



3501 Patrick St., Lake Charles 70605 
122 N. Bank, Lake Charles 70601 
Rt. 1, Box 148, Lake Charles 70601 
Rt. 14, Box 271, Lake Charles 70605 



3501 Patrick, Lake Charles 70605 
404 S. Huntington, Sulphur 70663 
1800 Orchid St., Lake Charles 70601 
601 N. Cherry, Lake Charles 70601 
812 Kirkman, Lake Charles 70601 
706 McKinley, Westlake 70669 
501 E. Sale, Lake Charles 70605 



OTHER LEADERS 
District Lay Leader 

President, UMW 
President, UMM 
Rep., Youth Team (2) 
Director, 1000 Club 
Chairman, CFA 
(Without vote) 



Mrs. Julia Heard 

Mrs. Betty Carlin 
Mr. I. K. Abraham 

Mr. Chris Blanchard 
Mr. W. A. Ford 



3201 2nd Ave., Apt. 38, 

Lake Charles 70601 
Rt. 2, Box 293, Anacoco 71403 
601 N. Cherry, Lake Charles 70601 

P.O. Drawer 29, Sulphur 70664 
3501 Patrick St., Lake Charles 70605 



MEMBERS AT LARGE 



Mrs. Joyce Linde 



Box 142, Jennings 70546 



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OTHER MEMBERS 
Director of 

Lay Speaking 
Scouting Coordinator 
Assoc. Scouting Coord 



Mr. Lyle Guth 
Mr. Brad Mayo 
Mr. John Floyd 



219 Woodruff, Lake Charles 70601 
1107 Bilbo, Lake Charles 70601 
1025 Iris, Lake Charles 70601 



Monroe District Council On Ministries 



Chairperson 
Vice Chairperson 
Secretary 



Name 

Mr. Jack Warren 
Mrs. Ella Mae Custer 
Mrs. Doris Denton 



Mailing Address 

2023 Gemini, Bastrop 71220 
2913 Dick Taylor, Monroe 71202 
Rt. 4, Box 292-C, Monroe, 71203 



COORDINATORS 
Children's Ministries 

Youth Ministries 

Young Adult Ministries 
Adult Ministries 
Older Adult Ministries 
Family Ministries 

CHAIRPERSONS 
Camping 

Church and Society 
Communications 
Christian Unity and 

Interreligious 

Concerns 
Education 
Evangelism 
Global Ministries 
Religion and Race 
Stewardship 
Worship 
Higher Education and 

Campus Ministry 
Scouting 
Health & Welfare 

OTHER LEADERS 
District Lay Leader 
President, UMW 
President, UMM 
Rep., Youth Team (2) 
Director, 1000 Club 
Chairman, CFA 
(Without vote) 



Elizabeth Dumas 

Larry Miller 
Miche Head 
James E. Wilson 
Audrey Boggs 
Mary Wineinger 
Garland Dean 



Ray Holt 
Bea Moak 
Charles Floyd 
LaVerne Barrow 



Doris Sheppard 
Byrd Terry 
M. C. Cady 
Woodrow Harmon 



Dwight Ramsey 

Roscoe Jones 
Milton Johnson 



George L. Gladney, Jr. 
Mary Pollard 
Gerald Golden 

Clyde Jordon 
John Clark, Jr. 



204 Dupont Dr., 

West Monroe 71291 
P.O. Box 88, Talluah 
1411 Glenwood, W. Monroe 
4104 Grammont 71203 
2802 Pargoud Blvd., Monroe 71201 
319 Circle Dr., West Monroe 71291 
500 Cox, Bastrop 71220 



748 Bayou Shores, Monroe 71203 
3915 Gerald, Monroe 71203 
P.O. Box 4782, Monroe 71211 
3802 Loop Rd., Monroe 71201 



1901 Lexington, Monroe 71201 
110 Lakeview Dr., Monroe 71203 
P.O. Box 296, Vidalia 71373 
237 Pruett, Bastrop 71220 



1901 Lexington, Monroe 71201 

1702 Lexington, Monroe 71201 
P. O. Box 423, Monroe 71201 



Rt. 3, Box 210, Rayville 71269 
321 Cleveland, Bastrop 71220 
911 Prairie Rd., Winnsboro 71295 

107 Tupelo, West Monroe 71291 
P.O. Box 2956, Monroe 71201 



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New Orleans/Houma District Council On Ministries 



Chairperson of Council 
Vice Chairperson 
Secretary 



Name 

Dr. Byrl Moreland 
Rev. Geo. Duerson 
Dr. David Trickett 



Mailing Address 

3300 Eton, N.O. 70114 

6017 Camphor, Metairie 70003 

7102 Freret, N.O. 70118 



COORDINATORS 
Children's Ministries 
Youth Ministries 



Camping 

Young Adults 
Campus Ministry 
Adult Ministry 
Older Adult Ministry 
Family Ministry 

CHAIRPERSONS 
Church/Society 
Communications 
Disaster Relief 
Ecumenical/Interrel. 
Education 
Enlistment 
Evangelism 
Health/Welfare 
Leadership Develop. 
Global Ministries 
Religion/Race 
Stewardship 
Town/Country 
Worship 

OTHER LEADERS 
District Treasurer 
Lay Leader 
1000 Club 

U. Methodist Women 
U. Methodist Men 
Rep. UM Youth 
Historian 
Rep. to Conf. COM 
Treas. Dist. Bd. GM 
Lay Speaking 
Scouting 



Mrs. Edmonia Rousselle 
Ms. Betsy Wilhite 
Mr. Larry Lewis 
Ms. JoAnna Nelson 
Rev. L. W. Taylor 
M/M Dean Webb (Terry) 
Ms. Theresa Fielder 
Dr. David Trickett 
Mrs. Babs Mollere 
Mrs. Janice Arcieri 
Rev. Tim Lawson 



Mrs. Dorothy Mae Taylor 
Dr. Robert Harrington 
Rev. Stephen Fleming 
Dr. Alfred Norris 
Rev. George Duerson 
Rev. Robert Miller 
Rev. Steve Spurlock 
Rev. Conrad Edwards 
Mrs. Mackie Norris 
Rev. Ed Parks 
Rev. Abraham Davis 
Rev. Leland Wade 
Rev. Cleveland Herr 
Dr. John Hutton 



Mr. John Murdock 
Mr. Wadsworth Davis 
Mr. Keith Nash 
Mrs. Frances Taylor 
Mrs. Helen Johnson 
Mr. John Loggins 
Ms. Cathy Smith 
Mr. Parker Schneidau 
Mr. Wadsworth Davis 
Mr. Robert N. Garrett 
Mr. Ken Drezinski 
Mr. Marv Kiel 



2014 Louisiana Ave., N.O. 70115 
3900 St. Charles, N.O. 70115 
1309 Whitney, Gretna 70053 
2367 Comet St., N.O. 70114 
6500 Jefferson Hwy., N.O. 70123 
4720 Page, Metairie 70003 
3319 St. Ann, N.O. 70119 
2204 Octavia, N.O. 70115 
516 Pelican Ave., N.O. 70114 
604 Vanderbilt La., Kenner 70062 
Box 156, Luling 70070 



2724 M. L. King Blvd., N.O. 70113 
4600 Prentiss, N.O. 70126 
3900 St. Charles Ave., N.O. 70115 
2700 Louisiana Ave., N.O. 70115 
6017 Camphor, Metairie 70003 
1219 Ropindt Blvd., Kenner 70063 
P.O. Box 1201, Thibodaux 70301 
P.O. Box 15109, Sta. B, N.O. 70175 
7424 Scottsdale Dr., N.O. 70127 
637 Opelousas, N.O. 70114 
4412 Annette St., N.O. 70122 
921 So. Carrollton, N.O. 70118 
3828 Leila PL, Jefferson 70121 
8300 Pritchard PL, N.O. 70118 



336 Pine St., N.O. 70118 

4433 Annette, N.O. 70122 

537 Julius, Jefferson 70121 

10017 Tiffany Dr., River Ridge 70123 

1001 Grefer, Harvey 70058 

1621 Colony Rd., Metairie 70003 

5019 Prytania, N.O. 70015 (Rayne) 

213 Stella, Metairie 70005 

4433 Annette, N.O. 70122 

2950 Falmouth Dr., N.O. 70114 

7803 Spruce, N.O. 70118 

5611 Norland, N.O. 70114 



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New Orleans-Slidell District Council on Ministries 
Name Mailing Address 

Chairperson Rev. William Eubanks Box 545, Ponchatoula 70454 

Secretary Mrs. Yvonne Spradley 1304 Taft Park, Metairie 70001 



CHAIRPERSONS 
Church/Society 
Communications 
Christian Unity 
Education 
Enlistment 
Evangelism 
Health/Welfare 
Missions 
Religion/Race 
Stewardship 
Worship 



Mr. Joe Posey 
Mr. Walter Parker 
Rev. Gene Finnell 
Dr. Enrica Singleton 
Mrs. Yvonne Spradley 
Rev. Eddie Morgan 
Rev. Judy Nelson 
Rev. Bob Lawton 
Rev. Terrence August 
Mr. Richard Williams 
Rev. John Hamilton 



74 Doubloon, Slidell 70458 

190 S. 2nd St., Ponchatoula 70454 

334 Old Hwy. 190, Mandeville 70448 

4864 Lafon Dr., N.O. 70126 

1304 Taft Park, Metrairie 70001 

Box 1143, Bogalusa 70427 

11340 Prentiss, N.O. 70128 

3401 Canal St., N.O. 70119 

Box 482, Franklinton 70438 

3126 Frey Place, N.O. 70119 

544 Brakefield, Slidell 70458 



COORDINATORS 
Children's Ministries 
Youth Ministries 
Young Adult 
Adult Ministries 
Singles Ministries 
Family Ministries 

Campus Ministries 



Ms. Pris Whittington 
Rev. Tom Howe 
Mr. Charles Strong 
Rev. James Evans 
Rev. Kenneth Irby 
M/M Wayne Gamwell 

(Connie) 
Dr. Peter Sorant 



121 Yorkshire Dr., Slidell 70458 
360 Robert Rd., Slidell 70458 
1201 Metairie Rd., Metairie 70005 
5875 Canal Blvd., N.O. 70124 
433 Erlanger, Slidell 70458 
48 Melrose Dr., Destrehan 70047 

8101 Lomond Rd., N.O. 70126 



DIRECTORS 
Audio Visual 
Camping 
Disaster Rel. 
Town/Country 
1000 Club 
Lay Speaking 
Metro Min. 
Ed. Resources 



Mrs. Phyllis Eden 
Mr. Carver Lester 
Rev. Richard Hebert 
Rev. Robert Galatas 
Mr. W. R. Matheny 
Mr. S. N. Fitzmorris 
Rev. William London 
Ms. Barbara Hamilton 



Rt. 7, Box 7319, Slidell 70461 
7230 Cannonbury Dr., N.O. 70126 
Box 698, Leplace 70068 
Box 306, Franklinton 70438 
1509 Lynwood, Bogalusa 70427 
3337 S. 1st, Ponchatoula 70454 
2424 Peniston, N.O. 70115 
544 Brakefield, Slidell 70458 



OTHER LEADERS 
Dist. Treasurer 

Lay Leaders 

Pres. UMW 
Pres. UMM 
Youth Team 
Ch. Dist. CFA 
Scouting 



Mr. Matt Kawasaki 

Mr. Tom Knight 
Mr. Walter Pennington 
Mrs. Earl Cobb 
Mr. Douglas Bienick 
Ms. Chenese Hamilton 
Rev. Don Alverson 
Mr. Chester Hurley 



14360 Chef Menteur Hwy., 

N.O. 70129 
320 Austin, Bogalusa 70427 
3820 Chriswood, Harvey 70058 
7117 Memphis, N.O. 70124 
1051 Rue Corton, Slidell 70458 
544 Brakefield, Slidell 70458 
6645 Spanish Ft., N.O. 70124 
1255 Foy St., N.O. 70122 



MEMBERS AT LARGE 



Rev. Marta Sanfiel 
Mr. BUI Baker 
Rev. Claude Barron 
Mr. Jett Arthur 



3401 Canal St., N.O. 70119 
114 Deveraux, Slidell 70458 
Rt. 2, Box 573, Covington 70433 
3013 Ridgeway Dr., Metairie 70002 



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Mr. Sylvester Johnson 
Ms. Annie Lincoln 
Rep. to CCOM Rev. Marta Sanfiel 

Treasurer, Bi-District Mr. Robert Garrett 
Bd. of Global Ministries 



7400 Northgate Dr., N.O. 70128 
4108 Mithra,N.O. 70126 
3401 Canal St., N.O. 70119 
2950 Falmouth Dr., N.O. 70114 



Ruston District Council On Ministries 



Chairperson 

Vice Chairperson 

Secretary 

COORDINATORS 
Children's Ministries 
Youth Ministries 
Young Adult Ministries 
Adult Ministries 
Older Adult Ministries 
Family Ministries 

CHAIRPERSONS 
Camping 

Church and Society 
Communications 
Christian Unity and 
Interreligious 

Concerns 
Education 
Evangelism 
Global Ministries 
Religion and Race 
Stewardship 
Worship 
Higher Education and 

Campus Ministry 

OTHER LEADERS 
District Lay Leader 
President, UMW 
President, UMM 
Rep., Youth Team (2) 
Director, 1000 Club 
Chairman, CFA 
(Without vote) 

MEMBERS AT LARGE 



Name 

Terral T. Lowe 
Jason Owen 
Jane Humble 

Mrs. Wayne Fallin 

Mrs. Sam Smart 

John Oldham 
M/M Wm. Humble 



John R. Oldham 
James Humphreys 
James Poole 
Terry Willis 



Mrs. Brenda Layman 
Joe Solomon 
Christopher Andrews 
H. Austin Smith 
Terral T. Lowe 
Douglas Williams 
Fay Barr-hartung 



Dan Madden 
Mrs. Fred Barr 
John McKenzie 
Pat Boling 
Bob Smith 
Jack Taylor 



Charles Humphreys 
Jason Owen 
Max Robinson 



Mailing Address 

Box 357, Homer 71040 

1403 Bistineau, Ruston 71270 

P.O. Box 10, Calhoun 71225 

Rt. 2, Box 33-A, Simsboro 71275 

Box 60, Arcadia 71001 

Box 189, Bernice 71222 
P.O. Box 10, Calhoun 71225 



Box 189, Bernice 71222 
P.O. Box 1241, Ruston 71273-1241 
903 Broadway, Minden 71055 
Box 360, Arcadia 71001 



Box 54-C, Choudrant 71227 
Box 249, Ringgold 71068 
Box 1383, Ruston 71270 
P.O. Box 86, Downsville 71234 
Box 357, Homer 71040 
P.O. Box 929, Ruston 71270 
Box 637, Gibsland 71028 



Box 3009, Arcadia 71001 
200 Fairfield, Ruston 71270 
Rt. 1, Box 290-39, Ruston 71270 
117 Willow, Homer 71040 
100 N. Vienna, Ruston 71270 
1809 Brooks, Ruston 71270 



Box 545, Springhill 71075 
1403 Bistineau, Ruston 71270 
First Street, Hodge 71247 



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Shreveport District Council on Ministries 



Chairperson 
Vice Chairperson 

Secretary 



Name 

Dr. Don Emler 
Mr. Carl Stewart 

Rev. Lael Jones 



Mailing Address 

P.O. Box 4188, Shreveport 71 134-0188 
P.O. Box 1826, 

Shreveport 71166-1826 
3939 Pines Rd., Shreveport 71119 



COORDINATORS 
Children's Ministries 

Youth Ministries 
Young Adult Ministries 
Adult Ministries 
Older Adult Ministries 
Family Ministries 
CHAIRPERSONS 
Camping 
Church and Society 

Communications 
Christian Unity and 
Interreligious 
Concerns 

Education 
Evangelism 

Global Ministries 

Religion and Race 
Stewardship 

Worship 

Higher Education and 

Campus Ministry 



Mr. Vince Isner, 

Head of Texas St. 
Rev. Kemper Smith 
Rev. John Williams 
Dr. John Braden 

Eddie & Gina Jenkins 

Rev. Reb Martin 
Mr. Carl Stewart 

Rev. Deborah Drash 
Rev. James Graham 



Rev. Lael Jones 
Rev. Don McDowell 

Mr. James Goins 

Mr. A. M. Moody 
Mr. & Mrs. G. D. 

Swearingen 
Mr. Greg Boyd 
Rev. Deborah Drash 



Shreveport 71101 

1204 Crabapple, Shreveport 71118 
1560 Summers St., Shreveport 71108 
9119 Dean Rd., Shreveport 71118 

3609 Reily La., Shreveport 71105 

842 Margaret PL, Shreveport 71101 
P.O. Box 1826, 

Shreveport 71166-1826 
P.O. Box 5038, Shreveport 71105 
850 Hope, Shreveport 71108 



3939 Pines Rd., Shreveport 71119 
6312 Sand Beach Blvd., 

Shreveport 71105 
546 Meadowbrook, 

Shreveport 71105 
Rt. 2, Box 3-D, Keithville 71047 
2501 Prestwick Ct, Shreveport 

71105 
3939 Pines Rd., Shreveport 71119 
P.O. Box 5038, Shreveport 71105 



OTHER LEADERS 

District Lay Leader 
President, UMW 
President, UMM 

Rep., Youth Team (2) 
Director, 1000 Club 
Chairman, CFA 
(Without Vote) 



Mr. Ed Kneipp 
Mrs. T. C. Shepherd 
Mr. A. A. Hickerson 

Miss Dede Wilburn 
Mr. Robert Duncan 
Dr. John Braden 



6001 Fox Court, Shreveport 71129 
Rt. 4, Box 171, Shreveport 71107 
653 Mary Jane Blvd., 

Haughton 71037 
9305 Melissa Way, Shreveport 71115 
3113 Idle Days, Shreveport 71107 
9119 Dean Rd., Shreveport 71118 



MEMBERS AT LARGE 



Rev. Carl Rhoads, III 
Mrs. Jackie Rigby 
Mrs. Emma Bibbons 
Mr. Lee Arthur Williams 
Miss Laura Echols 
Mr. Mark Williamson 
Dr. Don Emler 



Head of Texas St., Shreveport 71101 
8916 Creswell, Shreveport 71106 
1835 Blanchard Rd., Shreveport 71107 
2851 Metal St., Shreveport 71103 
9365 Delores Dr., Shreveport 71118 
6320 Time Place, Shreveport 71106 
P.O. Box 4188, Shreveport 71134-0188 



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B. BOARDS 

(Note — Additional ex-officio members of Conference Boards are listed in the Book of 
Discipline and the Conference Structure and Rules Report.) 

BOARD OF CHURCH AND SOCIETY: 

Chairperson: Dewitt M. Ginn; Vice Chairperson: Tim Lawson; Secretary: Margaret St. 
Amant; Finance Officer: Willis Dear. 

Clerical: John Downs, John Johns, August Aamodt, Ray Holt, Mickey Stringfield, Tim 
Lawson, W. C. August, Larry Robertson, Dewitt Ginn, Willis Dear. 

Lay: 

Edward Larry — P.O. Box 5692, Alexandria 71301 

Carl Stewart — 6234 Sonhaven Dr., Shreveport 71119 

Wesley Lynch — 900 Orleans Drive, Ruston 71270 

Paul Smith — Rt. 1, Box 194-B, John Price Rd., West Monroe 71291 

Erica Singleton — 4864 Lafon Dr., New Orleans 70126 

Dorothy Taylor — 2724 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., New Orleans 70113 

Hilda Arndt — 2740 Morning Glory, Baton Rouge 70808 

Margaret St. Amant — 4537 Gibbens Payne, Baker 70714 

Geneva Bell — 122 N. Bank St., Lake Charles 70601 

Youth Member: Shawn Ridgedel; Youth Adult Member: Percell Church, Jr.; UMW 
Representative: Mrs. Taylor Philip. 

Cabinet Liaison: Woodrow W. Smith 

Ex Officio: Dr. J. J. Caraway, GCFA 
BOARD OF CONFERENCE TRUSTEES: 

President: Tom Matheny; Vice-President: Nancy Carruth; Secretary-Treasurer: Ed Pickens 
Term expiring 1985: W. Davis Cotton, Shelby Smith, Clyde Averett, Donald Avery 
Term expiring 1986: Edward O. Pickens, Thomas Matheny, Christopher Andrews, Nancy 

Carruth 
Term expiring 1987: William Kelly, Jr., Charles McHale, James Poole, Clyde Frazier 
Cabinet Liaison: Odell Simmons 
Ex-Officio: J. J. Caraway, GCFA 

BOARD OF DIAGONAL MINISTRY 

Chairperson: Donald G. Emler; Registrar: Doris Sheppard; Secretary-Treasurer: Marie- 
louise "Lou" Alexander; Assoc. Registrar: Barbara Einsel 

Clerical: Carolyn Brannon, Richard Scott-Welch, J.D.V. Hamilton, Bert Scott, Donald Emler 

Lay: 

Marielouise Alexander — 5637 Matthews, Baton Rouge 70812 

Barbara Einsel — 10478 Ridgely Drive, Baton Rouge 70809 

Doris Shepherd — 1901 Lexington, Monroe 71201 

John Hutton — 8300 Pritchard PL, New Orleans 70118 

Cabinet Liaison: Stone W. Caraway 

PERSONS CERTIFIED BY 
THE BOARD OF THE DIACONAL MINISTRY 

Associate In Christian Education: 

Mrs. Patricia H. Hogan, Christian Education Director, Horseshoe Drive UMC, 1600 Horseshoe 

Drive, Alexandria, LA 71301 
Director Of Christian Education: 
Ms. Marsha Alexander, Director of Christian Education, University UMC, 3501 Patrick Street, 

Lake Charles, LA 70605 
Mrs. Barbara C. Einsel, Diaconal Minister of Education, Jefferson UMC, 10478 Ridgely Drive, 

Baton Rouge, LA 70809 



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Mrs. Barbara P. Garcia, Director of Children's and Intergenerational Worship/Coordinator of 

Children's Ministries, Board of Discipleship, 7424 Harness Drive, Nashville, TN 37221 
Mr. Joaquin Garcia-Jimenez, Director of Conference Relations, Division of Diaconal Ministry, 

7424 Harness Drive, Nashville, TN 37221 
Ms. Norma K. Garlington, Guidance Counselor, Merryville School, (Deaconess), Rt. 3, Box 56, 

Pitkin, LA 70656 
Miss Lylln S. Guth, Director of Christian Education, Munholland, 1201 Metairie Road, Metairie 

70005 
Mr. Lawrence Lewis, Director of Christian Education, Gretna UMC, 1309 Whitney Ave., Gretna, 

LA 70053 
Ms. Carol W. Maxey, Lay Ministry Enabler, First UMC, P.O. Box 2039, Lafayette, LA 70502 
Mrs. Doris R. Sheppard, Director of Christian Education, St. Paul's UMC, 1901 Lexington, 

Monroe, LA 71201 
Minister Of Christian Education: 

Rev. Donald C. Cottrill, Associate Pastor. First UMC, P.O. Box 1349, Baton Rouge, LA 70821 
Rev. Calvin J. Duke, P.O. Box 56, Montgomery, LA 71454 
Rev. Donald G. Emler, Professor, Christian Education, Centenary College, P.O. Box 4188, 

Shreveport LA 71 134-0188 
Director Of Music: 

Mr. William K. Dooley, Director of Music, Christ UMC, 1204 Crabapple, Shreveport, LA 71118 
Mr. John Hutton, Jr., Director of Music, Rayne Memorial UMC, 3900 St. Charles Avenue, New 

Orleans, LA 70115 
Dr. Gene W. Kelsay, Director of Music, Springhill UMC, P.O. Box 545, Springhill, LA 71075 
Mr. John Sidney Montegudo. Jr., Director of Music, Zachary UMC, 6523 Fernwood, Zachary, LA 

70791 
Ms. Helen K. Miers, Director of Christian Activities, Henning Memorial UMC, 404 S. Huntington 

Street, Sulphur, LA 70663 
Ministers Of Music: 
Rev. James R. McLelland, Associate Pastor-Minister of Music, Trinity UMC, P.O. Box 1383, 

Ruston, LA 71270 
Associate In Music: 

Mr. Gerald P. Halley, Associate in Music, First UMC, 525 Torregano Road, Slidell, LA 70458 
Church Business Administrator: 
Mrs. Patti Killgore, Trinity United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 1383, Ruston, LA 71270 

BOARD OF DISCIPLESHIP: 

Chairperson: H. A. Harrington; Vice-Chairperson: John Braden; Secretary: Calvin Lapuyade; 
Finance Officer: Larry O'Dell 

Clerical: Larry O'Dell, John Sewell, Calvin Lapwyade, Ted Standley, H. A. Harrington, Donald 
Barrie, Sale Lilly, John Oldham, John Braden. 

Lay: 

Gertrude Holmes — 1205 Applewhite St., Alexandria 71301 

Ola Fisher — Box 686, Clinton 70722 

Mrs. N. P. Perry — 946 North 23rd, Baton Rouge 70802 

Dorothy Carter — 701 Helen St., Lake Charles 70601 

B. E. Mangum — 1607 Pine St., Winnsboro 71295 

Harold McMillion — 1 1204 Jefferson Hwy., River Ridge 70123 

Pris Whittington — 121 Yorkshire Dr., Slidell 70458 

James McKenzie — 408 S. 3rd Street, Homer 71040 

Doris Marsalis — 520 Herndon, Shreveport 71101 

Youth Member: Wes Davis — P.O. Box 492, Denham Springs 70726 

Young Adult Member: Stan Williams — 5142 Bluebell, Baton Rouge 70808 



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Six Members-At-Large: 

Fred Shirley — P.O. Box 64572, Baton Rouge 70896 
Donice Alverson — 6645 Spanish Fort, New Orleans 70124 
Burton Blair — 4015 Louisa, Rayville 71269 
Kathy Sholar — 1009 Hanover, Shreveport 71115 
Mrs. Justin E. Garrison — 2300 North Vienna St., Ruston 71270 
Steven M. Spurlock — P.O. Box 1201, Thibodaux 70301 
Cabinet Liaison: Odell Simmons 

BOARD OF GLOBAL MINISTRIES 

Chairperson: L. Ray Branton; Vice-Chairperson: John M. Winn; Secretary: Mary Adele 
Compton; Finance Officer: O. W. Marrs. 

Clerical: Alonzo Campbell, Ed Boyd, Brady Foreman, Ray Branton, Steven Caraway, John 
Winn, George Sherman, Conrad Edwards, Richard Hebert, Tom Howe, Chris Andrews, Lael 
Jones, Marta Sanfiel 

Lay: 

Mrs. Paul White — 700 Windermere, Alexandria 71301 

O. W. Marrs — 2242 Monaco Dr., Baton Rouge 70815 

Susan Jenkins — P.O. Box 612, Amite 70422 

Richard Baker — 527 North Blvd., Baton Rouge 70821 

Walter Brock — 3744 Ridgetop, Baton Rouge 70809 

Inez Christentery — 1940 Tennessee St., Baton Rouge 70802 

Mary A. Compton — Rt. 1, Box 410, Jennings 70546 

James Moore, Jr. — 3804 Gouville, Monroe 71201 

Doris Shepherd — 1901 Lexington, Monroe 71201 

Mrs. C. A. Martin, III — 3811 Morrison PL, Apt. C, Monroe 71201 

Bob Garrett — 2950 Falmouth Dr., New Orleans 70114 

Rosalie Black — 1075 Cousin, Slidell 70458 

Nell Reed — Box 71, Farmersville 71241 

Mary M. Barr — 200 Fairfield Dr., Ruston 71270 

Mrs. W. W. Baldridge — 8335 E. Wilderness Way, Shreveport 71106 

Committee Officers: Church Extension: Chris Andrews; Disaster Response: Tom Howe; 
Health and Welfare: Mary Margaret Barr; Hunger Task Force: Richard Hebert; Promotion, 
Education and Cultivation: Inez Christentery; Support Action Ministries (SAM): Alonzo 
Campbell; Local Church Revitalization: Ed Boyd; Finance Officer: O. W. Marrs 

Cabinet Liaison: Douglas McGuire 

LOUISIANA MISSIONARIES 

Mr. and Mrs. Patterson Benner 

Mrs. Doretha Brown Cooper, College of West Africa, Box 1010, Monrovia, Liberia 

Rev. Ester L. Hammond, Box 1010, Monrovia, Liberia, W. Africa 

Rev. and Mrs. David Lowry, Casillo 310, Laserena, Chile, South America 

Rev. and Mrs. Franklin Messenger, 187 Montagu Avenue, Salisbury, Rhodesia 

Rev. and Mrs. Carlos Welch, Christian Counseling Center, Sainathapuram, Vellore-1, Tamil- 

nadu, South India 
Dr. Vela Cleveland — Ellen Cowen, Memorial Hospital, P.O. Box #4, Kolar, Karnataka, India 

563101 



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BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND CAMPUS MINISTRY 

Chairperson: Donald C. Cottrill; Vice-Chairperson: Henry C. Blount; Secretary: David G. 
Trickett; Finance Officer: Donald R. Morgan 

Clerical: Kent Kilbourne, Henry Blount, Donald Cottrill, Donald Morgan, Dwight Ramsey, 
David Trickett, Andrew Douglas, Faye Barr-hartung, Deborah Drash, William Nolan 

Lay: 

Sidney Evans — 1000 St. Clair, Natchitoches 71457 

Sally Lofiand — 3023 Tall Timbers, Baton Rouge 70816 

Matthew Crawford — 2757 77th Ave., Baton Rouge 70807 

Ben Mount — 1612 Watkins, Lake Charles 70601 

Ralph Cranston — P.O. Box 207, Sicily Island 71368 

Reid Draffm — 801 Moss Lane, River Ridge 70123 

Peter Sorant — 8120 Lomond Road, New Orleans 70125 

Robert Caruthers — 430 Forrest Circle, Ruston 71270 

Cathy Sholar — 1009 Hanover, Shreveport 71115 

Youth Team Member: Sid Wall — 1313 River Rd., Denham Springs 70726 

Student Representative: Marsha Shannon — 112 Delano, Monroe 71203 
Tammy Corsa — 238 General Gardner, Lafayette 70501 

Campus Ministries: James Wilson — 112 Delano, Monroe 71203 
Don Ross — 238 General Gardner, Lafayette 70501 

Cabinet Liaison: Moses Jackson 

Ex Officio — Don Webb, Dr. Samuel Cook, Patterson Culligan 

BOARD OF THE LAITY 

Conference Lay Leader: Richard H. Baker, 527 N. Baton Rouge 70802 
Vice-Conference Lay Leader: Mary Adele Compton, Rt. 1, Box 410, Jennings, 70546 
Associate Conference Lay Leaders: J. E. Hines, Jr., 5220 Robinson Dr., Alexandria, 71301; 

Chris Blanchard, P.O. Drawer 29, Sulphur, 70663 
Secretary-Treasurer: John W. Trotter, P.O. Box 235, New Iberia 70560-0235 
Chairperson, 1000 Club: W. F. Atkinson, 211 Montgomery, Lafayette 70503 
Chairperson, Committee on Christian Education: Ed Kneipp, 6001 Fox Court, Shreveport 

71129 
Chairperson, Committee on Laity Information: P. E. Yates, P.O. Box 1308, Gretna 70053 
Chairperson, Committee on Rules and Organization: Charles Goodgame, 317 Lawrence, 
Pineville 71360 

Other Members: District Lay Leaders, Associate District Lay Leaders, District Program 
Directors, Conference President United Methodist Women, Conference President United 
Methodist Men, Conference Youth Team President, District Presidents United Methodist 
Women, District Presidents United Methodist Men, District Youth Team Presidents, 
Immediate Past Conference President United Methodist Women, Immediate Past Con- 
ference President United Methodist Men, Immediate Past Conference Lay Leader, Young 
Adult Representative, Program Director Conference Council on Ministries, Cabinet Liaison, 
Lay Delegation to General and Jurisdictional Conferences. 
Cabinet Liaison: Woodrow W. Smith 

DISTRICT BOARDS OF THE LAITY 

Alexandria District 
EXECiniVE COMMITTEE 
District Lay Leader Charlie Johnston 231 1 Myrtle, Alexandria 71301 

Assoc. DLL, Lay Life 

& Wk J. E. Hines, Jr. 5220 Robinson, Alexandria 71301 



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Assoc. DLL, 

Stewardship 
Director, UMM 
Secy. & Treasurer 
Assoc. DDL 
Assoc. DDL 



John Jackson 
V. J. French 
Mrs. Kathryn Shea 
Christine Rone 
Sidney Evans 



1201 W. Court, Winnfield 71483 
Drawer A., Jena 71342 
300 Cleco, Pineville 71360 
2004 Andrews, Alexandria 71301 
100 St. Clair, Natchitoches 71457 



DISTRICT PROGRAM DIRECTORS 



Bob Lay 1000 Club 
Daughenbaugh 

Schoalrship 
Lay Speaking 
Evangelism 
Lay Witness 
Disaster Chairman 



John B. Tubb 

Paul D. White 
Richard Galloway 
Dennis Shell 
Charles Goodgame 
Col. George Duncan 



MEMBERS OF DISTRICT BOARD OF THE LAITY 

Charlie Johnston 
J. E. Hines, Jr. 
John Jackson 
V. J. French 
Mrs. Kathryn Shea 
William F. Mayo 
Sidney Evans 
John B. Tubb 
Paul D. White 
Richard H. Galloway 
Dennis Shell 
Charles Goodgame 
Col. George Duncan 
J. D. Graham 



5909 Tall Pine, Pineville 71360 

700 Windermere, Alexandria 71301 
627 Nettie, Natchitoches 71457 
Box 492, Winnfield 71483 
317 Lawrence, Pineville 71360 
420 Western Hill, Pineville 71360 

2311 Myrtle, Alexandria 71301 
5220 Robinson, Alexandria 71301 
1201 W. Court, Winnfield 71483 
Drawer A, Jena 71342 
300 Cleco Dr., Pineville 71360 
1818 Texas, Alexandria 71301 
100 St. Clair, Natchitoches 71457 
5909 Tall Pine, Pineville 71360 
700 Windermere, Alexandria 71301 
627 Nettie, Natchitoches 71457 
Box 492, Winnfield 71483 
317 Lawrence, Pineville 71360 
420 Western Hill, Pineville 71360 
309 Jackson, Natchitoches 71457 



Baton Rouge-Hammond District 



District Lay Leader 
Assoc. DLL 
Assoc. DLL 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer 
Director, 1000 Club 
Chairman, CFA 
Clergy Representative 
President, UMM 

President, UMW 
President, UMY 

MEMBERS AT LARGE 



Ross Downing 
Weldon Averette 
Earle Cefalu, Jr. 
Sara S. Fugler 
M. E. Taylor 
M. E. Taylor 
W. H. Brumfield, Jr. 
Rev. Robert L. Burgess 
Ofney K. Ellis 

Mrs. Alice Story 
Sid Wall 

Marielouise Alexander 
Mervin Falcon 
W. H. Brumfield, Jr. 
Ola B. Fisher 
Bessie Dean 

O. W. Marrs 
Will Martin 



903 Greenlawn, Hammond 70401 
717 River Rd., Denham Spgs. 70726 
P.O. Box 806. Hammond 70404 
P.O. Box 144, Greensburg 70441 
P.O. Box 425, Denham Spgs. 70726 
P.O. Box 425, Denham Spgs. 70726 
206 LaSare, Amite 70422 
P.O. Box 596, Amite 70422 
7940 Jefferson Hwy. #101, 

Baton Rouge 70809 
2018 Connie, Denham Spgs. 70726 
1313 River Rd., Denham Spgs. 70726 

5637 Matthews, Baton Rouge 70812 
913 N. Duncan, Amite 70422 
206 LaSare, Amite 70422 
P.O. Box 686, Clinton 70722 
Rt. 4, Box 228, 

Greenwell Spgs. 70739 
2242 Monaco, Baton Rouge 70815 
12683 Glenhaven, 

Baton Rouge 70815 



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Baton Rouge — Lafayette District 



District Lay Leader 
Assoc. DLL, Lay Life 

and Work 
Assoc. DLL, 

Stewardship 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer 

Youth Representative 
Director, Lay Speaking 
Director, 1000 Club 
Daughenbaugh 

Scholarship 
President, UMW 
President, UMM 
Consultant 



Thomas A. Harrell 

Raymond Shaw 

N. W. Aldridge 
Helen Atkinson 
William Scott 
Stephanie Hyde 
Richard Brown 
W. F. Atkinson 

M. S. White 
Janelle McCommon 
Mark J. Solomon 
Inez Chrisentery 



3830 Jolly Dr, Baton Rouge 70808 

507 Bonnie Dr., Lafayette 70508 

970 Julia St., Opelousas 70570 
211 Montgomery, Lafayette 70506 
P.O. Box 51832, Lafayette 70505 
4326 Poplar, Baton Rouge 70808 
204 Sunny Lane, Lafayette 70506 
211 Montgomery, Lafayette 70506 

P.O. Box 58, New Iberia 70561-0058 
161 Emerite, Lafayette 70506 
P.O. Box 31147, Lafayette 70503 
1940 Tennessee, Baton Rouge 70802 



Lake Charles District 



District Lay Leader 
Assoc. DLL, Lay Life 

and Work 
Director 1000 Club 
President, UMW 
President, UMM 
Daughenbaugh 

Scholarship 
Lay Speaking 
Assoc. Director 
District Treasurer 



Julia Heard 

John Spratt 
Chris Blanchard 
Betty Carlin 
I. K. Abraham 

Jody Simmons 
Lyle Guth 
Barbara Stone 
W. A. (Bill) Ford 



3201 2nd Ave, Apt. 38, L.C. 70601 

2124 Willowick, L.C. 70605 
P.O. Drawer 29, Sulphur 70664 
Rt. 2, Box 393, Anacoco 71403 
601 N.Cherry, L.C. 70601 

19 River Lane, L.C. 70605 

219 Woodruff, L.C. 70601 

Rt. 1, Box 148, Bell City 70630 

3501 Patrick St., Lake Charles 70605 



Monroe District 



District Lay Leader 
Assoc. DLL, 

Stewardship 
Lay Life and Work 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
President, UMM 
President, UMW 
Director, 1000 Club 
Daughenbaugh 

Scholarship 
Disaster Relief 
Lay Speaking 

Assoc. DLL 



George Gladney, Jr. 

Jack Dew 
W. B. Mann 
Bill Gannaway 
Jim Spencer 
Gerald Golden 
Mary Pollard 
Clyde Jordan 

Cecil Brewer 
Doris Sheppard 
E. L. Harrison 



James Standley 
H. B. Cruthirds 
Jim Pichoff 



Rt. 3, Box 210, Bastrop 71220 



1609 McMillan, 
1509 Elizabeth, 
1711 McGuire, 
59 Chauvin Dr. 
911 Prairie Rd.. 
321 Cleveland, 
107 Tupelo, W. 



W. Monroe 71291 
W. Monroe 71291 
Monroe 71203 
, Monroe 71203 
, Winnsboro 71295 
Bastrop 71220 
Monroe 71291 



Box F,Wisner 71378 

1901 Lexington, Monroe 71201 

29 Martha Dr., Monroe 71203 



Rt. 1, Box 18, Oak Ridge 71264 
P.O. Box 4281, Monroe 71221 
101 LaSalle, W. Monroe 71291 



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Ministerial 



Bob Newcomer 
William Medlock 
W. H. Rucker 
J. P. McKee, Jr. 
W. Leon Mcintosh 
Calvin Jordan 
Jim Wilson 



1705 Crescent Dr., Monroe 71202 
2307 S. Sixth, Monroe 71202 
P.O. Box 285, Ferriday 71334 
112 River Oaks, W. Monroe 71291 
Rt. 3, Box 178, Rayville 71269 
2010 Evans Ave., Monroe 71201 
112 Delano Dr., Monroe 71203 



New Orleans — Houma District 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
District Lay Leader Wadsworth Davis 

Lay Life & Work Homer Abel 

Stewardship & Finance 

Secretary Lottie Palazzo 

Treasurer Chester Horn 



443 Annette, New Orleans 70122 
1616 Mason Smith, Metairie 70003 

2221 Elizabeth, Metairie 70003 
8409 Jeannette, New Orleans 70118 



DISTRICT PROGRAM DIRECTORS 
1000 Club Keith Nash 

Lay Speaking Ken Drezinski 

UMW Helen Johnson 

UMY Cathy Smith 

Gin a Angelo 
UMM John Loggins 



537 Julius, Jefferson 70121 
7803 Spruce, New Orleans 70118 
1001 Grefer, Harvey 70058 
5019 Prytainia, New Orleans 70115 
4213 Van Ave., New Orleans 70122 
1621 Colony Rd., Metairie 70003 



ASSOCIATE LAY LEADERS 

James Knighten 
Vernita Booker 
Vernon Brumfield 
Richard Roper 
Walter Harris 
Maude Harris 
Joseph Pellerin 
Rev. Cleve Herr 



4534 St. Anthony, N.O. 70122 
2300 Magnolia, N.O. 70115 
Rt 2, Box 157, Cutoff 70345 
109 Theta, Belle Chasse 70037 
2317 Haring Rd., Metairie 70003 
9012 Palm St., N.O. 70118 
9024 Belfast, N.O. 70118 
3828 Leila Place, Jefferson 70121 



New Orleans — Slidell District 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



Co-Lay Leaders: 

Assoc. Lay Leader 
Stewardship/Finance 
Lay Life & Work 
Treasurer 



Tom Knight 
Walter Pennington 
Charles Watts 
T. J. Butler 
Henry Mayfield 
Warren Munch 



DISTRICT PROGRAM DIRECTORS 



1000 Club 
Daughtenbaugh 

Scholarship 
Lay Speaking 
President, UMW 
President, UMM 
Youth Team 



William Matheny 

Bill Baker 
S. N. Fitzmorris 
Mrs. Earl Cobb 
Leslie Taylor 
Yolanda Robertson 



320 Austin, Bogalusa 70427 
3820 Chriswood, Harvey 70058 
423 Columbia, Bogalusa 70427 
724 18th Ave., Franklinton 70438 
320 S. Taylor, Covington 70433 
234 Sena Drive, Metairie 70005 



1509 Lynwood Dr., Bogalusa 70427 

114 Deveraux Dr., Slidell 70458 
337 S. First, Ponchatoula 70454 
7117 Memphis, N.O. 70124 
2054 Treasure, N.O. 70122 
Rt. 1, Box 553, Slidell 70461 



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CLERGY REPRESENTATIVES 

Rev. Roger Lath an 

(Bethany) 
Rev. Karl Wood (Varnado) P.O. Box 473, Varnado 70467 



4533 Mendez St., N.O. 70136 



Ruston District 



District Lay Leader 
Asst. DLL, Lay Life & Wk 



Dan Madden 
Ed Gulley 



Box 42, Arcadia 71001 
805 Kennon, Minden 71055 



OTHERS 



A. W. Thompson 
Larry Adkins 
Robert West 
Gary Green 
Hale Shadow 
Robert Humble 
John McKenzie 
Bobby Conville 



2301 N. Vienna, Ruston 71270 



Box 42, Arcadia 

415 South Bonner, Ruston 71270 

P. O. Box 10, Calhoun 71225 

Rt. 1, Box 290-39, Ruston 71270 

406 Hundred Oaks Dr., Ruston 71270 



EX-OFFICIO 



Mrs. Fred Barr 
Pat Boling 
Bob Smith 
Gordon Smith 



200 Fairfield, Ruston 71270 
117 Willow, Homer 71040 
2704 Belcara Drive, Ruston 71270 
Box 95, Quitman 71268 



Shreveport District 



Lay Leader 
Associate Lay Leader 
Associate Lay Leader 
Associate Lay Leader 
President, UMM 
President, UMW 
Director, UM Camping 
Director of 1000 Club 
Stewardship & Finance 
Daughenbaugh Scholarship 



Ed Kneipp 
Susan Bain 
A. J. Williams 
Carl Stewart 
Steve H. Robinson 
Mrs. T. C. Shepherd 
Rev. Reb Martin 
Robert Duncan 
M/M G. D. Swearingen 
John Porter 



6001 Fox Crt., Shreveport 71129 
1911 Carol, Bossier City 71112 
Box 543, Mansfield 71052 
6324 Sonhaven Dr., Shrev. 71119 
429 Plaza Cir, Bossier City 71111 
Rt. 4, Box 171, Shrev. 71107 
842 Margaret PI., Shrev. 71101 
3113 Idle Days, Shrev. 71107 
2501 Prestwick Ct., Shrev. 71118 
6214 River Rd., Shrev. 71105 



MEMBERS AT LARGE 

Leroy Smalley 
Rt. l,Box289-B 
Keithville, LA 71047 



Mrs. Clare Carrington 

Box 415 

Benton, LA 71106 



Dan Caldwell 
521 S. Cypress 
Vivian, LA 71082 



Frank Tiller 
309 Chanberlin 
Mansfield, LA 71052 



A. A. Hickerson 
653 Mary Jane Blvd. 
Haughton, LA 71037 



MINISTERIAL MEMBERS 

Dr. John Braden 
9119 Dean Road 
Shreveport, LA 71 118 



Rev. Bob Lawton 
1204 Crabapple 
Shreveport, LA 71 118 



Rev. Howard Milo 
1706 Severine 
Shreveport, LA 71108 



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Rev. Levi Moore 
1321 Griffin Lane 
Bossier City, LA 71111 

BOARD OF ORDAINED MINISTRY: 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Chairperson: Alfred L. Norris; Vice-Chairperson and Finance 
Officer: Kathy Henderson; Secretary: Arthur Baker; Ministerial Training and Orders: 
William Peeples, Chairperson; Bob Burgess, Registrar; Associate Members and Local 
Pastors: J. Roddy Taylor, Chairperson; John Lee, Registrar; Enlistment and Candidacy: C. 
Gerald Richardson; Conference Relations: Hugh Baker; Continuing Education: Don 
McDowell; Counseling Elders: Lea Joyner; Care and Counseling: Terrance August; 
Coordinator Church Extension Ministries: Roland K. Friedrich; Director of License to 
Preach School: Ray Spiller 

Clerical: Roland K. Friedrich, John Lee, Steven Bearden, Alan Einsel, Clarence Hillard, Bob 
Burgess, Henry Gage, Wayne Evans, Hugh Baker, J. Henry Bowden, Larry Maddin, Robert 
Potter, J. Roddy Taylor, Lea Joyner, William Peeples, Clarence Snelling, Ray Spiller, Alfred 
Norris, Kathy Henderson, Bob Lawton, Joe McClain, Gene Finnell, Terrance August, James 
Humphreys, William Stokes, Arthur Baker, Linn C. Richardson, C. Gerald Richardson, John 
Williams, Don McDowell. 

Cabinet Liaison: Stone W. Caraway 

DISTRICT COMMITTEES ON THE ORDAINED MINISTRY: 

Alexandria District: Rev. John Lee, Rev. Alonzo Campbell, Rev. Roland Freidrich, Rev. John 

Downs, Rev. Jimmie Pyles, Rev. Kent Kilbourne, Rev. Larry O'Dell. 
Baton Rouge-Hammond District: Rev. Larry Robertson, Rev. Lonnie M. Sibley, Rev. Larry 

Stafford, Rev. Fred B. Wideman, Rev. Freddie C. Henderson, Rev. James W. Spitzkeit, Rev. 

Troy E. Boyd. 
Baton Rouge-Lafayette District: Rev. Hugh L. Baker, Rev. George W. C. Calvin, Rev. Bertrand 

Griffin, Rev. Calvin O. Lapuyade, Rev. William McCutcheon, Rev. J. Philip Woodland. 
Lake Charles District: Rev. Swindell Hodges, Jr., Rev. Charles, B. Simmons, Rev. Steven W. 

Caraway, Rev. Gary L. Van Horn, Rev. J. Henry Bowdon, Jr., Rev. Lewis L. Olmsted, Rev. 

Carolyn P. Brannon. 
VIonroe District: Rev. J. Roddy Taylor, Rev. Lea Joyner, Rev. Dick Scott-Welch, Rev. James 

Wilson, Rev. Kirby Vining, Rev. Burton Blair, Rev. Hulen Warren, Jr., Rev. Kibbie Behling. 
*Jew Orleans-Houma District: Rev. Tim Lawson, Rev. Carole Cotton-Winn, Rev. Clyde Frazier, 

Rev. Alfred Norris, Rev. Alfred Pollar, Rev. Vernon Fairley, Rev. William Jones, Rev. Conrad 

Edwards, Rev. Kathy Henderson. 
Jew Orleans-Slidell District: Rev. Eugene Finnell, Rev. Don Alverson, Rev. Roger Lathan, Rev. 

Terrence August, Rev. Joe McClain, Rev. Richard Hebert, Rev. Douglas Cain, Rev. Stone 

Caraway, Rev. Bob Lawton, Rev. Eddie Morgan. 
Ruston District: Rev. James Humphreys, Rev. Brenda Layman, Rev. Arthur M. Baker, Rev. Wm. 

Stokes, Jr., Rev. Roily Walker, Rev. August E. Aamodt, Rev. Lester Nance. 
Shreveport District: Rev. Jack Winegeart, Rev. Don McDowell, Rev. Marie Williams, Rev. Webb 

Pomeroy, Rev. Nathan Daniels, Rev. James Adams, Rev. Bert Scott, Rev. Roger Ed Taylor, 

Rev. Warren Blakeman, Rev. James Graham. 

BOARD OF PENSIONS: 

Chairperson: Dr. Tracy Arnold; Vice-chairperson: Dr. Charles B. Simmons; Secretary: Dr. Byrl 
Moreland; Finance Officer: Dr. James J. Caraway 



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Class often elected for term expiring in 1988: 

Clerical: Tracy Arnold, Charles Simmons, James M. Poole, D. L. Dykes, Jr. 

Lay Men: Paul White, 700 Windermere, Alexandria, 71301 
Ross Downing, 303 Rue Chalet, Hammond, 70401 
Robert G. Jones, 301 Shellbeach Dr., Lake Charles, 70601 
E. C. Harrison, Dillard University, 2601 Gentilly, New Orleans, 70122 

Lay Women: Mrs. F. M. Terrell, P. O. Box 471, Lake Providence, 71254 
Mrs. Lane Sartor, 4812 Camilla Lane, Shreveport, 71106 

Class often elected for term expiring in 1992: 

Clerical: Byrl Moreland, Grayson Watson, J. P. Woodland, Terrell Lowe 

Lay Men: Bill Ford — 3501 Patrick St., Lake Charles 70605 

Tommy James — 1907 Fairview, Ruston, 71270 

Judge Jim Glancey — 1918 Bodenger Blvd., New Orleans 70114 
Lay Women: Mrs. Walter Brock — 3744 Ridgetop, Baton Rouge 70809 

Mrs. F. E. Kennon — 402 Pennsylvania, Minden, 70155 

Mrs. Mary Bretz — 112 Caroline Ave., Ruston, 71270 
Cabinet Liaison: Donald Hall 

DISTRICT BOARDS OF CHURCH LOCATIONS AND BUILDINGS: 

Alexandria District: Richard Hoffpauir, Paul Carroll, Sr., Steven Bearden, Thilo Steinschulte, 

Katherine Wilson, Georgia Mcintosh. 
Baton Rouge-Hammond District: Fred O. Shirley, Harry Mills, Sharp Stafford, Clarence 

Hilliard, J. Penn Morgan, Bobbie Crump, Sr. 
Baton Rouge-Lafayette District: L. Ray Branton, W. C. August, Tom Hampton, James L. Hunt, 

William P. Scott, Daniel W. Tohline, Charles Wagner, J. Philip Woodland. 
Lake Charles District: Raymond M. Crofoot, Richard Harry, Dalton G. Stutes, Rayburn Fugatt, 

Marie Collins, Jody Simmons. 
Monroe District: H. A. Harrington, Jr., Joe Brown, Roy Johns, Robert E. Moore, W. Dwight 

Ramsey, Thurman Potts, James Constable, Tom Crosby. 
New Orleans-Houma District: Abraham Davis, Jack McClanahan, James T. Johnson, Linda 

Martin, Lillard Bevill, O. W. Christopher. 
New Orleans-Slidell District: Betty Falls, Amy Ward, Samuel Johnson, James Evans, Ed 

Barksdale, Bob Galatas, Stone Caraway. 

Ruston District: Terral T. Lowe, L. D. McGehee, James Strong, Durwood McFarland, James 

Poole, Lester Nance. 
Shreveport District: Glenn Flesher, Jesse Morgan, Ron Free, Richard Schmidt, James Moore, 

Nathan Daniels, Harold Longfellow, Wiley Gardner. 

C. COMMISSIONS 

COMMISSION ON ARCHIVES & HISTORY 

Clerical: Joe Hoover, Kenneth Fisher, Ernest Arnold, Vernon Fairley 

Lay: 

Allie B. Webb — 5174 Houston Drive, Baton Rouge, 70809 

Mrs. William Nolan — 215, Oak Ridge, 71264 

Irene Reed — 2307 Upperline, New Orleans, 70115 

Norma Winegeart — 161 Lee, DeRidder, 70634 

Alton Hancock — P. O. Box 4188, Shreveport, 71134 

Cabinet Liaison: William Mayo 



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COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN UNITY AND INTERRELIGIOUS AFFAIRS: 
Chairperson: Lonnie M. Sibley; Vice-chairperson: David G. Trickett; Secretary: Donald R. 

Morgan; Finance Officer: Eddie Morgan 
Clerical: Michael McLaurin, Donald Morgan, Lonnie Sibley, Mark Meier, Thomas Dunbar, Tom 

Crosby, Eddie Morgan, Lester Nance, W. O. Lynch, James Graham 
Lay: 

Lavergne Barrow — 3802 Loop Rd., Monroe 71201 

Leroy Crump — 7321 Dalewood, New Orleans 70126 

Glenn Gay — Rt. 12, Box 332, Lake Charles 70605 

Jay Seale III — 5002 Cherie, Hammond 70401 

J. E. Hines, Jr. — 5250 Robinson Dr., Alexandria 71301 

Leroy Duchane — 1421 Washington, Jeanerette 70544 

Edward Harris — 2026 Caffin, New Orleans 70117 

Lee A. Williams — 2821 Metal, Shreveport 71103 

James Humble — P.O. Box 10, Calhoun 71225 
Cabinet Liaison: William Mayo 

COMMISSION ON EQUITABLE SALARIES: 

Chairperson: Terry Willis; Vice-chairperson: Louis Streams; Secretary & Finance Officer: 

William A. (Bill) Rowell 
Clerical: Bill Rowell, Kibbie Behling, Louis Streams, Terry Willis, Warren Blakeman 
Lay: Joseph Page — 617 Greenfield, Alexandria, 71301 

Joe Austin — Rt. 2, Box 131, Hammond, 70401 

Jack Paris — 107 Canterbury Road, Lafayette, 70503 

Mary L. Daniel — Box 711, Lacomb, 70445 
Cabinet Liaison: William Blakely 

COMMISSION ON RELIGION & RACE: 

Chairperson: Roger J. Newman; Vice-Chairperson: Rev. Bill McCutcheon; Secretary: Diane 

Kane; Finance Officer: Rev. Doug Cain 
Clerical: Charles Washington, Lee McKenzie, Bill McCutcheon, Raymond Crofoot, James E. 

Wilson, Abraham Davis, Doug Cain, Louis Coppage, Rupert Coles 
Lay: Leon Holt — 405 Cottonwood, Bunkie, 71322 

Virginia Sptizkeit — 15447 Old Hammond Hwy., Baton Rouge, 70815 

Rogers J. Newman — 7860 Emile, Baton Rouge, 70807 

Diane Kane — 601 W. School, Lake Charles, 70605 

Milton Johnson — P. O. Box 423, Monroe, 71201 

Carie Lewis — 3710 Mansfield, New Orleans, 70114 

Walter Pennington — 3820 Chroswood Lane, Harvey, 70058 

Jason Owen — 1403 Bisteneau Street, Ruston, 71270 

Albert Moody — Rt. 2, Box 3-D, Keitlwille, 71047 
Youth Member: Yolanda Robertson — Rt. 1, Box 553, Slidell, 70458 
Youth Adult Member: Lisa Winns — 6052 Constance, New Orleans, 70118 
Cabinet Liaison: William Blakely 

COMMISSION ON THE STATUS & ROLE OF WOMEN: 

Chairperson: Betty M. Rowell; Vice-Chairperson: Rev. John Sadler, Secretary: Millicent Feske: 

Finance Officer: Betsy Wilhite; Clerical: Barbara Smith-Duke, John Sadler, Lewis Omstead, 

Ramon Warren, Lillard Bevill, Millicent Feske, James McClelland, Robert E. Taylor, Carol S. 

Winn. 
Lay: 

Lena French — Box 731, Jena, 71342 

Angelia Cominey — 706 McGinnis St., Donaldsonville, 70346 

Betty Rowell — 521 S. Fifth St., Eunice, 70535 



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Term Expires 1985: Harry V. Balcom, Katherine Turner Cheesman, John David Crow, Donald 

H. Duggan, D. L. Dykes, Jr., Kenneth M. Fisher, Elise Wheless Hogan, Roy S. Hurley, G. W. 

James, Sr., Merlin W. Merrill, George R. Schurman, Albert Sklar, Fletcher Thorne-Thomsen, 

W. Juan Watkins, J. Hugh Watson, Donald P. Weiss. 
Term Expires 1986: William G. Anderson, Tracy R. Arnold, Harvey Broyles, Nancy Mikell 

Carruth, Caroline Atkins Crawford, Mary Helen Everist, Sam B. Grayson, John S. Hardy, 

Charles D. Knight, Alfred L. Norris, Douglas L. McGuire, John T. Palmer, Cecil E. Ramey, Jr., 

W. Odell Simmons, Joe D. Waggonner, Jr., Hoyt Yokem. 
Term Expires 1987: Charles Ellis Brown, Ruth S. Foil, Pat Ewing Hendrick, William H. Jackson, 

H. Blume Johnson, Thomas H. Matheny, Paul C McDonald, George D. Nelson, Richard L. Ray, 

Austin G. Robertson, Ronald Sawyer, Virginia Kilpatrick Shehee, N. H. Wheless, Jr., Harvey G. 

Williamson, Herman Williamson, Robert E. Witt. 
Ex Officio Members: Bishop of the Louisiana Conference, President Donald A. Webb; 

President of Alumni Assoc. — Eneile Mears; President of Student Senate — Alice 

Boudreaux; Chairman of Faculty Personnel and Economic Policy Committee; Faculty 

Representative — Alton Hancock. 
Life Members: Douglas F. Attaway, William Russell Barrow, Floyd C. Boswell, S. Perry Brown, 

Ruth Jones Caldwallader, Jack Cooke, Dana Dawson, Jr., Benedict A. Galloway, James T. 

Harris, 0. D. Harrison, H. L. Johns, Voris King, Virginia Laskey, Carl F. Lueg, James N. 

Patterson, Donald A. Raymond, Bentley Sloane, J. Robert Welsh. 

LAFON HOME (BOARD OF TRUSTEES): 

1984: Mr. E. W. Sims, Mrs. Lucinda L. Bynum, Mr. Horace Bynum, Sr., Mr. Wadsworth A. Davis, 

Mrs. Corine Delaney, Rev. William Blakely, Attorney Trevor Bryan. 
1985: Mrs. Josephine G. Capelton, Dr. Alfred L. Norris, Sr., Dr. Samuel W. Walker, Sr., Dr. George 

Thomas, Mr. Ernest Arnold, Mr. Lambert C. Boissiere, Jr., Dr. Guy Gipson. 
1986: Rev. William R. London, Jr., Rev. N. P. Williams, Mrs. Amy Ward, Dr. Robert F. Harrington, 

Mr. James Gayle, Attorney James Young. 
District Superintendent: Dr. Stone Caraway 

LOUISIANA METHODIST CHILDREN'S HOME (BOARD OF DIRECTORS): 
Ex Officio Members: 

Resident Bishop of the Louisiana Area 

District Superintendent of the Ruston District, Rev. Donald J. Hall 

President of the Conference of United Methodist Women, Mrs. Nell Read 

Recording Secretary of the Conference of United Methodist Women, Mrs. Sidney B. Evans, 

Jr. 

Pastor, Trinity United Methodist Church, Ruston, Rev. Chris Andrews 

Pastor, Grace United Methodist Church, Ruston, Rev. James Humphreys 
Terms Expiring 1985: W. A. J. Lewis, Lucius D. McGehee, Jack Warren, A. M. Moody, Jr., H. A. 

Harrington, Jr. 
Terms Expiring 1986: Dr. Paul M. Davis, Jr., George Holstead, Jimmy Love, Mrs. Edward 

Carruth, Rev. Kirby Vining 
Terms Expiring 1987: Rev. Alonzo J. Campbell, James Grey R. E. Holladay, III, Mrs. J. J. Hinton, 

Rev. Charles B. Simmons 
Life Members: Floyd B. James, Dr. L. Keith Mason, Mrs. G. E. Laskey 

THE METHODIST HOME OF NEW ORLEANS (BOARD OF DIRECTORS) 

Superintendent: Conrad P. Edwards 

Ex Officio Board Members: Bishop of the Louisiana Conference, Dr. Stone Caraway, Rev. 

William C Blakely 
Clerical: John Lee, Fred Shirley, Robert Burgess, J. Philip Woodland, Ira Robinson, Henry 

Bowdon, Kirby Vining, Clyde Frazier, Byri Moreland, Eddie Morgan, Roger Lathan, Andrew 

Douglas, Sale T. Lilly, James Poole, Jack Winegeart 



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Lay: John Tubb, Ross Downing, Joe Wood Guidry, Cliff Yarborough, Jones S. Davis, Larry 
Henning, Jack Warren, James Johnson, Ralph Garrard, Charles McHale, Collins Lipscomb, 
Louise Lazard 

At-large: Leslie Norris, Joe McClain, George Duerson, A. J. Ganie, Jackie Bartlett, Matt 
Kawasaki 

Ex Officio: Stone Caraway, William Blakely, Bishop of The Louisiana Conference 

PENDLETON MEMORIAL METHODIST HOSPITAL (BOARD OF DIRECTORS): 

Panel of 1985-86: Mr. Sherwood A. Cuyler, Mrs. Robert Eggerton, Mr. Alfred F. Hanson, Dr. 

Homer L. Hitt, Mr. Earl D. Jackson, Rev. John B. Koelemay, Mrs. Pendleton Lehde, Ambrose 

J. Pratt, M. D., Mr. Jack T. Styron 
Panel of 1986-87: Mr. Charles O. Backstrom, Jr., Mr. Willis A. Baker, Mr. Fred H. Cathey, Judge 

Thomas L. Giraud, Dr. Elton Harrison, Mr. Norwood N. Hingle, Jr., Fran k P., Incaprera, M. D., 

Paul F. Naccari, Jr., M. D., Mr. Don Rowland, Dr. Enrica Singleton 
Honorary: Mrs. C. N. Cadwallader, Edward H. Lennox, George Williams 
Ex Officio: Lee Lawrence, Dr. Stone Caraway, Mrs. Edward Phillips, H. L. Colcolough, M. D., 

Rev. William C. Blakelv. Presiding Bishop 

PEOPLE COMMUNITY CENTER (BOARD OF DIRECTORS): 

Class of 1984-85: Mrs. Velma Arnold, Rev. Sale T. Lilly, Mr. Samuel Johnson, Mrs. Eleanor 

Bingham, Ms. J. Vernita Booker, Mrs. E. Mae Calvin, Mrs. Georgiana Rodgers, Atty. Bernette 

Johnson, Rev. Roger D. Lathan, Rev. Abraham E. Davis, Mr. Truman Ward 
Class of 1985-86: Rev. James O. Evans, Mrs. Naomi Duvernay, Mrs. Ella V. Williams, Rev. Julius 

Jefferson, Rev. Andrew J. Douglas, Atty. James Young, Mrs. Millie Charles, Mrs. Nannie 

Erving, James Singleton, Mr. James Gayle, Rep. Avery Alexander 
Class of 1986-87: Mr. Ernest Arnold, Rev. Alfred L. Norris, Sr., Mr. Darchie Martin, Rev. Stone 

Caraway, Mr. Wadsworth A. Davis, Mr. Charles Kilbert, Rev. George Alfred, Atty, Bernette 

Johnson, Robert Johnson, Mrs. Janice Powell, Ms. Alice Briston 

RETIRED MINISTERS' HOMES BOARD: 

Term Expiring 1985: Mike John, Jr., Mrs. A. B. Cochran, Calvin O. Lapuyade, Larry Robertson 

Term Expiring 1986: Rev. Raymond Crofoot, Mr. Joe Crouch, Mr. Charles Bean, Mr. Thomas 

Knight, Mr. Lewis Love 
Term Expiring 1987: James Adams, Mrs. Alonzo Campbell, Earl Cefalu, Jr., Rev. Garland Dean , 

Mrs. Jane Pardue 
Honorary Lifetime Member: Elizabeth Langford 
Ex Officio: Tracy Arnold, Mark Meier 

ST. MARK'S COMMUNITY CENTER (BOARD OF DIRECTORS): 

Officers: President: Meredith McElroy; Vice-President: Rev. William Barnwell; Secretary: 

Marian Eggerton; Treasurer: Madlyn Richard; Ex-Officio: Dr. Stone Caraway, Pat Cobb, 

Rose Drill-Peterson, Amy Ward 
Members: Sharon Alexis, Mr. C. J. Blache, Fredrick Conley, Rev. Stephen Fleming, Sandra 

Gunne, Steve Hand, Theresa Hopkins, Dr. Sarah Lain, Annie B. Lincoln, Reddy Bea Lotts, 

Dennis C. Minor, Lottie Palazzo, Reginald A. Parquet, Nell Read, Irene Reed, Sally Ann 

Roberts, Juliette Robertson, Avis Marie Russell, Laura Smith, Albert E. Stevenson, Alcide J. 

Tervalon, Jr., Rev. Millie Feske, Gloria Firmin 
Advisory Committee: David Billings, Representative Charles R. Jones, I. S. Daniel, Dr. Morris 

Jeff, Jr., Attorney John Keller, Linda Schulze, Louis Saulny, Jerome Smith 

DIRECTORS OF TRUSTEES OF WESLEY FOUNDATIONS: 

WESLEY FOUNDATION, NORTHWESTERN STATE UNRHERSITY — Natchitoches 
(BOARD OF DIRECTORS): 

Class of 1984: Ms. Joy Dietzel, Rev. Charles Humphreys, Mr. Robert Breedlove, Mr. Burton 
Weaver, Ms. Lylln Guth, Mr. David Dietzel, Dr. Stan Chadick 



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Class of 1985: Mr. Charles Goodgame, Mr. Tommy Covington, Mr. James Hart, Mrs. Sue 
Hortman, Mrs. Pat Long, Mrs. Ruth Allen, Mr. Nettles Brown, Mrs. Darcus Merrick 

Class of 1986: Mrs. Judy Boone, Mr. Gary Keller, Mr. Clyde Bostick, Jr., Mr. Dudley Fulton, Rev. 
James Jones, Mrs. Julia Lott, Mrs. Martha Bird, Mrs. Mary Williams 

Ex Officio: Rev. Richard Hoffpauir, Rev. Dan Simon, Rev. William F. Mayo, Dr. Odell Simmons, 
Rev. William Nolan, Mrs. Francis Hale, Mr. S. B. Evans, Jr. 

WESLEY FOUNDATION, SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY — Hammond 
(BOARD OF DIRECTORS:) 

Brian Schisler (85), Robert Butler (85), George Hess (85), Landon Greaves (86), Ed Nelson 
(86), Joel Barton (86), Carol Bass (87), Belford Carver (87), Sarah Bidner (87), Gene Finnell 
(85), Bob Burgess (85), Jimmy Yarborough (85), Bill Eubanks (86), Mark Solomon (86), 
Jack Payne (86), Pleasant Sibley (87), Jay Seales (87), Bob Galatas (87), Donna Sibley, 
Debbie Westall, Wes Jacocks, Clifford Holland, Jr. 

Ex Officio: Angus Carruth, Tom Matheny, Bob Ciruti, Dewey Sharkey, Kenneth Reed, Ken 
Jacocks 

Board of Trustees: Bill Clifton (85), Barbara McKaskle (85), George Harris (85), Lokey Faller 
(86), Dick Holley (86), Marjorie Miller (86), Tom Matheny (87), Nick Saladino (87), Dorothy 
Kuebler (87) 

THE UNITING CAMPUS MINISTRY (LSU WESLEY FOUNDATION) — Baton Rouge 

(BOARD OF DIRECTORS:) 

Class of 84: Dr. Robert Soileau, Dr. Karl Roider, Dr. Rogers Newman, Mrs. Marilyn DeLoach, Mr. 

Clarence Porter, Mr. Gary Kelly, Mrs. Lydia McCracken, Ms. Margaret M. Jameson 
Class of 85: Mrs. Peggy Ingraham, Rev. Willis Dear, Rev. John Laughlin, Dr. Paul Hoffman, Dr. 

Jack L. Bagent, Dr. Don Vermeer, Rev. Donald Cottrill, Rev. Timothy Lawson, Dr. Ruth 

Patrick 
Class of 86: Mr. Clay Samson, Mr. Charles Redman, Mrs. Ruth Harrison, Mr. John Toliver, Mrs. 

Martha Burch, Mrs. Clytie Perry, Mrs. Marsha Moser, Mrs. Marjorie Chapell, Mrs. Anne 

Pebworth 
Ex Officio: Rev. Moses Jackson, Rev. Phil Woodland, Dr. Arch Tolbert, Dr. James Monroe, Dr. 

Mickey Byrd, Mrs. Barbara Einsel, Rev. Fred Shirley, Bill Lawson, std. president, Diana Ruby, 

std. representative, Scott Standifer, std. representative 

WESLEY FOUNDATION, SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY — Baton Rouge, 
(BOARD OF DIRECTORS) 

Dr. Matthew Crawford, Dr. Ralph Dreger, Mrs. Helen Poydras, Rev. L. L. Haynes, Mrs. Lois 
Heath, Rev. Wilbert C. August, Mrs. I. M. Herson, Mrs. Inez Chrisentery, Dr. Rogers J. 
Newman, Mr. Charles Watts, Rev. J. P. Woodland, Dr. Leon Netterville, Mr. Shelby McKenzie 

Ex Officio: Rev. Moses Jackson, D.S., Rev. George W. Calvin, Rev. Kenneth R. Reed, Ms. Sharon 
Montaque 

WESLEY UNITED CAMPUS MINISTRY, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHWESTERN LOUISIANA 

— Lafayette, (BOARD OF DIRECTORS:) 

1984: Dr. Harold Petersen, Rev. Bob Crichlow, Dr. Lloyd Roeling, Mr. John Ferstel 

1985: Mr. Donnaud B. Williams, Rev. Bill McCutcheon, Rev. Eddie Francis, Mrs. Pat Bennett 

1986: Dr. Jana Rudolph, Dr. Forrest "Mickey" Byrd, Rev. Luther Minor, Mr. Jerry Dunaway 

1987: Dr. Pamela Stroup, Rev. Larry Robertson, Rev. John Wamsley, Mrs. Dora Culligan 

Officers: Rev. Wayne Evans, Mrs. Pat Bennett, Mrs. Carolyn Alofs, Dr. Lloyd Roeling 

Trustees 1984: Dr. W. Magruder Drake, Mr. Sam Porter, Mr. Leander Gray, III 

1985: Mrs. Alice Cox, Mr. Steven Rainey, Dr. Tom Graves, M.D. 

1986: Mr. Raymond Moore, Mr. Wayne Miller, Mr. Ron Sarver 

Ex Officio: Rev. Moses T. Jackson, Mrs. Janelle McCammon, Rev. Don Ross 



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WESLEY FOUNDATION, McNEESE STATE UNIVERSITY — Lake Charles, 
(BOARD OF DIRECTORS) 

Charlyne Wyche, Willard Hohnstien, Chris Blanchard, Eloi Primeaux, Kate Lyford, Billie 
Daughenbaugh, Robert Allen, David Lehman, James Watts, Sylvia Parsons, Betty Nelson, 
Vera Coe, Sarah Newcomer, Mr. & Mrs. Hardy Stone, Lyle Guth, James Batchelor, Brantly 
Cagle, Jowllen Hindman, Rudy Tonn, Linda Sonnier, Glen Rains, Faye Nutter, Bonnie & 
Carla Hart, Crawford Mount, Margie Myers, Paula & David McCain, Karen Trammell, Jack 
Shoemake, Ben Lewis, Curtis Nelson, M. O. Malloy, Ben Mount, Nola Mae Ross, Iola McMillan, 
Sherry Lynne Guidry, Janet Singleton, James Moore, Herbert Bucklin, Bill LyFord, Lisa 
Henning, Donny Clark, Debra Jones, Randi Hebert, Phyllis Champagne, Frances Anderson, 
Walter Bartelt, Marfie Hollier, Irene Baker, Gladys Houston, JoAnn Navarre, Mamie Conerly, 
Ralph Mitchell, Mrs. T. A. Alexander, Alice Cottrell, K. O. Wall, Mrs. Lawrence V. Thevis, Opal 
Marrison, John Morrish, Lena Martin, Mildred Youngblood, Mrs. Mary Sue Lewis, Trueman 
Collins, Mrs. J. W. Broussard, Frances Frees, Taylor Phillip, Clyde Bibb, Mrs. Elbe Deshotel, 
Bett Jeans, Mrs. Celine Miller, Ina Smith, Jim DeCordova, Mrs. Mane el Conley, Maude 
Musselwhite, Sam Dunbar, Marvin Haynes, Nolan Atkinson 

Ex Officio: All ministers in the Lake Charles District. 

WESLEY FOUNDATION, NORTHEAST LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY — Monroe, 

(BOARD OF DIRECTORS) 
1984: Dick Scott-Welch, Terry Willis, William Peeples, Larry Miller, Achim Dafin, Paul 

Stephenson 
1985: Gene Stienquest, John Barr III, Lou Medlock, Harry Hale, Mary Jo Fulton 
1986: Robert Ward, Elise Mapp, Marcus Mapp, Letha Johnson, Ronnie Shelby 
1987: Bea Moak, Malcomb Bass, Melanie Scott- Welch, Melvin Loper, Victor Hazzard 
Ex Officio: All Twin City Ministers, President, United Methodist Women, President, United 

Methodist Men, District Lay Leader, President, Wesley Foundation Student Council, District 

Superintendent, Campus Minister, Young Adult Coordinator, Campus Minister, NEUCM, 

District Youth Coordinator 

WESLEY FOUNDATION, TULANE UNIVERSITY — New Orleans, 

(BOARD OF DIRECTORS) 
Clergy: Rev. Thomas Hoover (87), Rev. Kathy Henderson (85), Rev. Clyde Frazier (86), Rev. 

George Duerson (87) 
Lay: Mrs. Helen Taylor (87), Dr. Raymond Esthus (85), Mr. David Glenn (86), Mrs. Dorothy Mae 

Taylor (87) 
Faculty/Staff: Dr. Janie Beers (87), Dr. Flora Cherry (85), Dr. Bart Merkle (86) 
Members-at-large: Mrs. Megan Conway (87), Ms. Jeanny Neilson (85), Dr. William Shaw (86) 
Student Members: M. Doug Duerson, Mr. James Pratt, Ms. Kathie Bailey, Victor Rillory, Kathy 

Gladden, E Ban 
Ex Officio: Bishop Paul Galloway, Rev. William Blakely, D.S., Mr. Wadsworth Davis, Mrs. Helen 

Johnson, Mr. Reid Draffen, Mr. William Fagan 

WESLEY CAMPUS MINISTRY (Serving UNO, SUNO, & DELGADO) — New Orleans 

(BOARD OF DIRECTORS) 
Clerical: James Evans, Roger Lathan, Mickey Stringfield 
Lay: Murphy Sanchez, Samuel Johnson, Frances Menge, Frank Wright 
Students: Allison Arthurs, Paige Dauterive, Debra Reed, Stella Thompson, Jody Poret, David 

Wilkins 
Members-at-large: John L. Hantel, Richard Warren 
Ex Officio: Stone Caraway, Murray Cunningham, Pat Cobb, Marian Eggerton, Annie Lincoln, 

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WESLEY FOUNDATION, LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY — Ruston, 
(BOARD OF DIRECTORS) 

1984-85: Rev. Donald J. Hall, Rev. Chris Andrews, Rev. James H. Humphreys, Rev. Gordon L. 
Smith, Sr., James C. Love, III, Dr. James D. Green, Mrs. Philip F. Rice, Mrs. Perry J. Lowe, 
Albert R. Walker, Jr., Mrs. Ronald E. Bell, Mrs. C. E. Kees, Mrs. Wilbur E. Stewart, Dr. Philip F. 
Rice, Archie W. Craig, Annis Cawthon, Morgan D. Peoples, Dr. Robert A. Jones, Dr. James D. 
Spencer, H. L. Henry, Jr., Vernon R. Lay, Jr., Stan Montgomery, Mrs. James D. Green, Mrs. 
Richard McFaddin, Mrs. Albert R. Walker, Jr., Dr. Robert M. Caruthers, Rev. William M. 
Stokes, Jr., President, Student Council, Vice-President, Student Council, Treasurer, Student 
Council 



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LOUISIANA CONFERENCE UNITED METHODIST WOMEN 

1984 Executive Committee 

CONFERENCE OFFICERS 

President .- Nell Read (Mrs. Cecil) 

P. O. Box 71, Farmerville 71241 (318-368-3226) 

Vice President Norma Winegeart (Mrs. Jack S.) 

9212 Kingston Rd., Shreveport 71118 (318-686-2869) 

Secretary Evelyn Evans (Mrs. Sidney B. Jr.) 

100 St. Clair, Natchitoches 71457 (318-352-7123) 

Treasurer Wanda Nelson (Mrs. Billy) 

530 Cleveland St., Franklinton 70438 (504-839-5235) 
Mission Coordinators for: 

Christian Personhood Ola B. Fisher (Mrs.) 

P. O. Box 686, Clinton 70722 (504-683-8270) 

Christian Global Concerns Anne Hearn (Mrs. J. Woodrow) 

3857 N. Bluebonnet Drive, Baton Rouge 70809 (504-293-5058) 

Christian Social Involvement Taylor Phillips (Ms.) 

Box 931, Lake Arthur 70549 (318-774-2909) 

Supportive Community Lottie Palazzo (Mrs. A. J.) 

2221 Elizabeth St., Metairie 70003 (504-887-3958) 

Secretary of Program Resources Lueburda Myers (Mrs. Kenneth) 

333 Holcomb Drive, Shreveport 71103 (318-221-7657) 

Chairperson, Committee on Membership Fran Hall (Mrs. Chris H.) 

161 Avondale Drive, Baton Rouge 70808 (504-926-3969) 

Chairperson, Committee on Nominations Dorothy Abraham (Mrs. Irvin) 

601 N. Cherry, Lake Charles 70601 (318-433-5774) 

MEMBERS ON GENERAL CHURCH BOARDS 

Board of Global Ministries Amy Ward (Mrs. Truman) 

500 Walker Street, New Orleans 70124 (504-282-3224) 

Board of Higher Education and Ministry Nancy Carruth (Mrs. Edward) 

P. O. Box 267, Bunkie 71322 (318-346-2249) 

DISTRICT PRESIDENTS 

Alexandria Georgie Dunbar (Mrs. Ashton) 

207 Payne St., Pineville 71360 (318-442-7647) 

Baton Rouge-Hammond Alice Story (Mrs. Jack) 

2018 Connie, Denham Springs 70726 (504-664-4752) 

Baton Rouge-Lafayette Janelle McCammon (Mrs. C. R.) 

161 Emerite Dr., Lafayette 70506 (318-989-9106) 

Lake Charles Betty Carlin (Mrs. Curtis) 

Rt. 2, Box 393, Anacoco 71403 (318-239-0148) 

Monroe Mary Pollard (Mrs. Ted) 

321 Cleveland, Bastrop 71220 (318-281-2055) 

New Orleans-Houma Helen Bailey-Johnson (Mrs.) 

1001 Grefer Avenue, Harvey 70058 (504-367-8928) 

New Orleans-Slidell Pat Cobb (Mrs. Earl) 

7117 Memphis St., New Orleans 70124 (504-288-6962) 

Ruston Mary Maragret Barr (Mrs. Fred) 

200 Fairfield Dr., Ruston 71270 (318-255-2256) 

Shreveport Linda Shepherd (Mrs. T. C.) 

Route 4, Box 171, Shreveport 71107 (318-929-2896) 



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Global Ministries: Amy Ward 

Higher Education & Committee on Episcopacy: Nancy Carruth 

Board of Discipleship: Carole Cotton Winn 

Council on Ministries: Welton Brumfield 

Publications & Committee on Episcopacy: Alfred Norris 

Church and Society: J. Jay Caraway 

Commission Status and Rose of Women: Laura Echols 

Jurisdictional Council on Finance & Administration: Welton Brumfield 

United Methodist Representative to the Consultation on Church Union: Lonnie Sibley 
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VI. Daily Proceedings 

A. MEETING SESSIONS 

First Day 

June 4, 1984 

First United Methodist Church 

Afternoon Session — 2:00 p.m. 

Bishop Paul V. Galloway called the Fourteenth Session of the Louisiana Annual Conference 
to order. Hymn No. 336, "And Are We Yet Alive," was sung and Bishop Galloway led the 
Conference in prayer. 

Dr. Jack Cooke, Dean of the Cabinet, nominated Dr. Harvey G. Williamson as Secretary of the 
Conference for the quadrennium. It was approved. Dr. Williamson then nominated Rev. Lael 
Jones, Recording Secretary, and Rev. Charles Humphreys, Rev. Gerald Richardson, Rev. Roger 
Lathan, and Rev. Jack Winegeart as Assistant Secretaries. They were elected. 

BAR OF THE CONFERENCE & AGENDA: Dr. Jack Cooke, Dean of the Cabinet, moved that 
the lower floor of the sanctuary of First United Methodist Church, Shreveport, and the main 
assembly area of the Gold Dome at Centenary College be designated as the Bar of the 
Conference. He further moved that the printed program be the Agenda of the Conference, and 
that Bishop Galloway be authorized to make such changes as necessary to complete the 
business of the Conference. The motion was seconded and adopted. 

PASSAGE OF CHARACTER OF MINISTERS: Dr. Clyde C. Frazier, Jr., presented the report 
of the Committee on Conference Relations. He reported that there were no charges against any 
minister of the Conference with regard to their character or administration. Also he 
announced the termination of membership of Rev. S. W. Seals to another denomination. The 
Conference approved. 

WORDS OF WELCOME: Dr. Donald Webb, President of Centenary College, brought 
greetings to the Conference. Dr. D. L. Dykes, Jr., Host Pastor of First United Methodist Church, 
Shreveport, and Dr. Jim Moore, Associate Pastor, brought greetings and welcomed the 
delegates to First Church. Dr. Harvey G. Williamson expressed appreciation to Dr. Donald 
Webb and the entire staff at Centenary College for all that they do in preparation for the 
Annual Conference. Of particular interest, and importance, were the names of Mr. Dick 
Anders, who was responsible for housing and registration of housing, and to Ms. Kay Madden, 
who gives general assistance to the preparation for the Annual Conference sessions. In 
addition, he expressed words of appreciation to Dr. D. L. Dykes, and his staff, for all they do at 
First Church in preparation for Annual Conference. Appreciation was also expressed to Dr. 
Odell Simmons who gives a great deal of time and exerts much leadership in the preparation of 
Annual Conference as a Host District Superintendent of the Shreveport District. 

REPORT NO. 1 BOARD OF THE ORDAINED MINISTRY: Rev. William Peeples, Registrar 
for the Board of Ordained Ministry, presented nominations of persons for election into Full 
Connection of the Annual Conference. Bishop Galloway asked those to be received into Full 
Connection the traditional Disciplinary Questions. After these questions had been satisfactorily 
answered, the class was admitted into the Conference. They were: 
Mark Brantley Benge Julius Jefferson 

L. Patterson Culligan Barbara Lee Smith Duke 

Pearl Whichard Evans Wayne Gray Taylor 

Thomas Leonard Howe, Jr. 

ANNOUNCEMENTS: Announcements were called for and given after which Bishop 
Galloway presented a prayer of preparation for the Service of Commemoration and Holy 
Communion. 

SERVICE OF COMMEMORATION AND HOLY COMMUNION: The Service of Commemora- 
tion and Holy Communion was held with Dr. Odell Simmons as Liturgist, Dr. Merlin Merrill as 
Preacher, and Bishop Paul V. Galloway as Celebrant. The Roll of Remembrance was read by Dr. 



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Harvey G. Williamson, Conference Secretary. (Those memorialized are listed in Section X of the 
Journal.) Special music was provided by the Chancel Choir, of Warren United Methodist 
Church, Lake Charles. Following the service, the Conference was adjourned until the evening 
session. 

Monday, June 4, 1984 

Physical Education Center, Centenary College 

Evening Session — - 7:00 p.m. 

Bishop Paul V. Galloway called the session to order after which he presented Rev. Kenneth 
Fisher who led in the singing of the hymn, "Amazing Grace." Following the singing of this 
congregational hymn, prayer was offered by Bishop Galloway. 

Bishop Galloway then expressed appreciation to Mrs. M. W. Nolan, from Oak Ridge, who had 
presented him with a gavel carved out of the old altar rail from the Oak Ridge United Metho dist 
Church. 

GENERAL CONFERENCE REPORT: Dr. Nancy Carruth, Chairperson of the Lay Delegation 
of the Louisiana Annual Conference, recognized the delegates to both the General and 
Jurisdictional Conferences. She praised the work of the delegates for their untiring and loyal 
efforts. Upon motion from Dr. Carruth that the Louisiana Annual Conference endorse Dr. J. 
Woodrow Hearn, as a "favorite son" for the Episcopacy, a second was given through an 
enthuiastic speech of approval by Dr. Douglas McGuire. The motion was passed unanimously. 
Dr. Hearn was then presented to the Conference by escorts, Dr. Alfred Norris and Mrs. Amy 
Ward. 

Mr. Shelby Smith was presented to the Conference and reported that the South Central 
Jurisdictional Conference will meet in Shreveport in 1988. 

The report of the General Conference Delegation was continued with Dr. Woodrow Hearn 
sharing with the group some of the decisions that were acted upon by the General Conferen ce. 
He broke his report into two sections, those dealing with the Local Church, and those dealing 
with Social Issues. Some of these concerns that were acted upon by the General Conference 
under the section of the Local Church were: 

(1) Vote a 26% cap on general spending for the next quadrennium. 

(2) Emphasize the strengthening of the Ethnic Minority Local Church. 

(3) The Telecommunications Report indicated that they had voted a one-million dollar 
expenditure over the next quadrennium. Half of that will remain in the Annual 
Conference for work in this area of telecommunications. 

(4) Voted to work on a new Hymnal. 

(5) Emphasis was placed on the strength of family life in regard to fidelity in marriage, 
celibacy in singleness, and that self- avowed or practicing homosexuals not be 
accepted as ministers. 

(6) Set a goal of twenty million members for United Methodist by 1992. 
Among the social issues, he pointed out: 

(a) Health problems 

(b) Ending military draft 

(c) Reminding all that World Hunger was a grim reality and that aid should be 
sought. 

Dr. Nancy Carruth continued in the report and at the end closed with a portion of a prayer 
that Bishop Thomas used, "Lord, Lead Us Now to Make New History." Then she presented Dr. 
Tom Matheny, who had been elected for an unprecendented third term as President of the 
Judicial Council. 

Bishop Galloway called attention to the lovely banners that adorned the two sides of the 
Gold Dome. They commemorated the Bicentennial of Methodism and were an added 
attraction to the decor of the meeting room. These banners were provided by eight districts of 
the Louisiana Conference. Bishop Galloway concluded his remarks by introducing to the 
Conference, Dr. Virgil Morris, an "old-timer" of this Conference, who had returned as a delegate 
for this bicentennial celebration. 



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The next item of business called for was the report of the Conference Nominating 
Committee: 

COMMITEEE ON NOMINATIONS: Dr. Kenneth Reed, Secretary of the Committee, 
expressed appreciation and gratitude for the Committee and the work that they had done in 
the preparation of the list of nominees. A copy of all nominees had been passed among the 
delegates and Dr. Reed took time to make changes, corrections, and additions to these 
nominations. The entire list of nominations were approved and all elected. 

BOARD OF GLOBAL MINISTRIES: Dr. Ray Branton reported for the Board of Global 
Ministries. Referring to the Pre-conference Reports on page 21, he asked for the deletion of the 
following sentence in the second paragraph. "For this reason, this Committee and all of the 
heads of the Good Samaritan agencies join in unanimously requesting a special one-time 
special offering be conducted on July 29, 1984 with a goal of $50,000 for the benefit of People's 
Community Center. We believe the people of Louisiana United Methodism will respond if they 
understand the vital nature of People's ministry and the severity of the need." The deletion was 
approved. 

Rev. John Winn then reported on Promotion, Education, and Cultivation, as well as the 
Revolving Loan Fund. He called attention to the Support Action Ministry and then the work of 
the Dulac Community Center. Two persons from the Dulac Community Center presented a 
handmade basket to Bishop Galloway. 

Rev. Conrad Edwards spoke for the Methodist Home Hospital, the Children's Home, and all of 
the institutions of mercy in the Louisiana Conference. He emphasized the continued need for 
the Good Samaritan Offering. Rev. Edwards then presented a resolution to the Annual 
Conference recommending that the name of the Methodist Home Hospital be changed. Action 
by the Annual Conference was necessary in order that the amendment to their charter might 
be so approved. The name of the new corporation shall be "The Methodist Home of New 
Orleans." This change would be made under the title of Article No. I. He then presented changes 
under No. IV, which dealt with the purposes of the Home. They are as follows: 
The purpose of this Corporation shall be to establish, operate, 
and maintain a non-profit home for receiving and caring for 
abused, desertd, and neglected children, and for receiving and 
caring for adolescent youth who are in need of protection or if 
they have other types of problems, and to conduct any 
educational programs which may be desired or necessary for 
the staff or for persons being served in the Home, and to 
promote charity and the Christian religion and do everything 
incidental or necessary to carry-out for said purposes. 
The final change was listed under Article No. VII, which dealt with the Board of Directors. It 
simply states: 

That this Corporation shall be governed by a Board of Directors 
consisting of one layman and one minister from each district, 
except the Baton Rouge Districts, each of which will have two 
laymen and two ministers and the New Orleans Districts, each 
of which will have three laymen and three ministers, and three 
laymen and three ministers at-large, who shall be elected by the 
Louisiana Conference of the United Methodist Church, and the 
District Superintendents of the New Orleans-Slidell District 
and the New Orleans-Houma District, and the presiding Bishop 
of the Louisiana Annual Conference. 
The names of the nominees under this new plan of arrangement for the 1984 Board of 
Directors were presented to the Annual Conference and the nominees were elected. The entire 
resolution was then passed by the action of the Louisiana Annual Conference. 

Rev. Chris Andrews, representing the Hunger Task Force, reminded the Conference that the 
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Dr. Bill Patrick then presented two outstanding agricultural students, who were working on 
their PhD degrees under the Exchange Program at LSU. The students, Dip N. Sah, Plant 
Pathologist/Ministry of Agriculture from the Kingdom of Nepal, and Violetta Villegas, Plant 
Breeder from the University of the Philippines, a student in Horticulture spoke to the 
Conference regarding their studies. 

Dr. Phil Woodland spoke on Church Extension lifting-up the establishment of a new Korean 
Church at Rayne Memorial in New Orleans and the new Messiah Church in Kenner, pastored 
by Rev. Kathy Henderson. Rev. Han Lee is the pastor at the Korean Church. A new church was 
begun on Easter Sunday in West Monroe as an outgrowth of the McGuire United Methodist 
Church. A new church is now planned for East New Orleans. We have seen four new 
congregations in four years, Dr. Woodland pointed out. 

Dr. Ray Branton spoke further on Missions and reminded the Conference that concern for 
justice in human need and the alleviation of the depressed is the heart of the mission program. 
He suggested that the General Board, as well as individual churches, must encompass a 
broader vision for missions. He moved for the adoption of the report which passed. 

A matter of personal privilege was asked for by Rev. Alonzo Campbell. He presented, in 
keeping with the mission report by Dr. Branton, Ms. Doretha Brown, who serves as a Missionary 
with the Board of Global Ministries. She is related to the Louisiana Annual Conference and 
serves in Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa. She is the Director of the Hostel for Students. 

A matter of personal privilege was asked for by Chaplain Paul Durbin, Pendleton Memorial 
Hospital, in New Orleans. He announced and offered an invitation to the Clergy Orientation 
Day on Wednesday and Thursday, August 22-23, at the hospital. 

COMMISSION ON EQUITABLE SALARIES: Rev. Ira Robinson gave the report on 
Equitable Salaries. The report found on page 58, 59, and 60, of the Pre-Conference Reports 
was to be amended as follows: Under C, delete the entire second sentence of that paragraph 
which reads, "Special consideration will be given in unique cases upon recommendation of the 
Cabinet and concurrence with the Executive Committee of the Commission on Equitable 
Salaries." Add, after K, on the next page, the following: "Special consideration will be given in 
unique cases upon recommendation of the Cabinet and concurrence with the Executive 
Committee of the Commission on Equitable Salaries." These changes were approved. 

COMMITTEE ON RULES: Dr. Lonnie Sibley, Chairperson, reported for the Committee on 
Rules. Rev. Larry O'Dell asked for a point of order. It made reference to Rule 22, on page 206, of 
the 1983 Conference Journal, which simply states that any recommendation for Rule changes 
shall be presented to the Chairman of the Rules Committee within 10 days after the 
Convocation of Boards. The Rules Committee shall consider and make its recommendations in 
time to be included in the Pre-Conference Reports. Rev. George Calvin then moved that the 
Rules be suspended to deal with this particular matter. In order for it to be passed, a 2/3 
majority vote must be secured. Bishop Galloway then called for a vote, and a 2/3 majority vote 
was received by the Annual Conference and the move to suspend the Rules was adopted. Dr. 
Sibley then presented a report of the Rules Committee. 

1 . The first change that was recommended by the Rules Committee dealt with the 
Conference Committee on Investigations as found on page 199 of the 1983 
Conference Journal. The suggested change is for the purpose of bringing the 
Conference make-up of this Committee in line with those of the 1980 Book of 
Discipline. The recommendation was, 'There shall be a Committee on 
Investigations consisting of seven elders in Full Connection nominated by the 
presiding Bishop and elected by the Annual Conference. Three reserve 
members shall also be elected." This change was presented to the Annual 
Conference for vote by Bishop Galloway, and it passed. 

2. The second change presented by the Rules Committee had to deal with the 
Board of Discipleship. The recommended change is as follows: Under Article I, 
Section A. No. 2, following No. 4, there shall be a No. 5, which reads, "Six 
members at large nominated in consultation with the Board of Discipleship." 
This particular recommendation was approved by the Annual Conference. 



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3. The third change as recommended by the Rules Committee dealt with Article 

VI, No. 7, and would read, "The base salary of each district superintendent, paid 

by the Annual Conference, shall not be greater than the average base salary of 

the preceeding year paid to the 20 highest paid pastors of charges of the 

Louisiana Conference." This change was approved by the Annual Conference 

as presented by the Rules Committee. 

At the close of the report by the Rules Committee, Rev. Larry O'Dell made the following 

motion which reads, "Move that the Conference Committee on Rules and Regulations study 

our Conference Rules and make them consistent and report their work to the 1985 Session of 

the Louisiana Annual Conference." This report is to be included in the 1985 Pre-Conference 

Reports. A second to this motion was made by Rev. Jack O'Dell, and it received the unanimo us 

approval of the Conference. 

CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: The report on the Council on Ministries was 
presented by Mrs. Amy Ward. Her emphasis was on the work done in the area of 
Communications and she presented Rev. Elwood Fleming, Director of Communications of the 
Louisiana Annual Conference. Rev. Fleming then presented a Bicentennial bell to Dr. Al 
Trickett in appreciation for the way in which he had been the writer for the International 
Sunday School lesson appearing each week in the Louisiana Methodist. In the absence of Dr. 
Trickett, his son, Dr. David Trickett, received the award. Continuing her report, Mrs. Ward 
called for the people who served on General Boards and Agencies to stand and they were 
presented to the Conference. They are: 

Mr. Jack Paris, Jurisdictional member of the Council on Ministries 

Dr. Woodrow Hearn, GCOM and GCFA 

Dr. Douglas McGuire, GCFA 

Mr. Jack Dew, General Board of Church and Society 

Rev. Carole Cotton-Winn, General Board of Discipleship 

Dr. Alfred Norris, General Board of Publications 

Dr. Nancy Carruth, General Board of Higher Education & Campus Ministry 

Mr. Ernest Arnold, General Commission on Archives and History 

Dr. J. J. Caraway, Jurisdictional Council on Ministries 

Chairman of Jurisdictional Council on Finance and Administration 
Mrs. Amy Ward, General Board of Global Ministries 
Upon completion of her report, the Conference adopted it. 

UNITED METHODIST WOMEN: Mrs. Nell Read, Conference President of United Methodist 
Women, presented the United Methodist Women report found on page 81 of the Pre- 
Conference Reports. At the end of her report, she surprised Dr. Nancy Carruth, by presenting 
her with an Honorary Membership in the United Methodist Women. 

UNITED METHODIST MEN: Mr. Jack Dew, reported on the United Methodist Men. His 
report stated some of their purposes and objectives urging each church to organize a Men's 
group. He mentioned that we need more dependency on Jesus and less on our own efforts, and 
closed with a prayer. An announcement was made regarding the Methodist Men's Retreat on 
June 24-25, 1984, at Centenary College, and the Men's Retreat at Purdue, July 12-15, 1985. 

COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN UNITY & INTERRELIGIOUS CONCERNS: Dr. Lonnie 
Sibley reported on the Commission on Christian Unity and Interreligious Concerns. He gave 
the report and referred to the Pre-Conference Reports on page 57. The report was adopted. 
AREA HEADQUARTERS BUILDING REPORT: Dr. Woodrow Hearn reported on the Area 
Headquarters Building. He expressed appreciation to all who had apart in the erection of this 
new Headquarters Building in Baton Rouge. He also announced that the building was 
dedicated in March of 1984 and since there is no debt on the building, he felt as if the 
Committee could now be dissolved and relieved of all its responsibilities relating to this 
particular project. The report was adopted by the Conference and the Committee was 
dissolved. 



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COMMISSION ON RELIGION AND RACE: Miss Lee Ethel Gray gave the report on Religion 
and Race for Dr. Rogers Newman, and stated that great progress had been made through 
pulpit exchanges, visitation, and workshops. She then reminded all that specific exchanges 
were named on page 61-63, of the Pre-Conference Reports. At the end of her report, Rev. 
Kenneth Fisher, called for an editorial change in this report. Item 10, page 62, would change 
"Chancel Choir" to "Sanctuary Choir." At the end of the sentence, add, "Rev. Woodland was 
accompanied by the Chancel Choir and members from the University Church." 

MINISTERS EMERGENCY FUND: Dr. Kenneth Reed presented the Ministers Emergency 
Fund and filed it with the secretary of the Conference. 

ANNOUNCEMENTS: Bishop Paul Galloway introduced Mrs. Finis Crutchfield, who is 
visiting during the Conference. Regrets were presented by Dr. Harvey G. Williamson, Secretary, 
for Rev. C. J. T. Cotton, who could not be present. Prayers were asked for Rev. William C. Fraser, 
who would undergo heart surgery on Tuesday. 

ADJOURNMENT: The session was adjourned following a prayer led by Dr. Moses Jackson. 



Second Day 

Physical Education Center, Centenary College 

Tuesday, June 5, 1984 

Morning Session — 8:30 a.m. 

WORSHIP: The Conference was opened with a Worship Service led by Rev. Millicent Feske as 
Liturgist and Rev. Hulen C. Warren, Jr., Preacher. Rev. Kenneth Fisher led the song service. 

COMMITTEE ON THE JOURNAL: Rev. Charles Humphreys reported for the Committee on 
the Journal that the minutes of the previous day's agenda had been examined and were in 
proper order. The report was accepted. 

REPORT NO. 2, BOARD OF ORDAINED MINISTRY: Bishop Galloway called for Report 
No. 2, of the Board of Ordained Ministry asking for the Associate Members and the Local 
Pastors Committee. Dr. Alfred Norris presented the Chairperson of the Associate Members 
and Local Pastors, Rev. Conrad Edwards, who made his report. His report dealt with 
Disciplinary Questions 21,22,and23, concernin g persons who have received the Certificate of 
Candidacy for Ordained Ministry - those who have completed the studies for License as Local 
Pastors but are not now appointed; and Student Lay Pastors. The report was adopted and the 
names of these persons and their relationships are listed in Section VII of the Journal. 

Dr. Alfred Norris called for Dr. Clyde Frazier, Chairperson of the Committee on Conference 
Relations. He announced that the Rev. John H. Giles had voluntarily withdrawn under 
paragraph 448.6, 1980 Book of Discipline, to another denomination. 

CONTINUING EDUCATION: The report on Continuing Education was presented by Rev. 
Don McDowell. He made reference to some of the requirements for the C.E.U.'s as found on 
page 46 of the Pre-Conference Reports. A motion from Rev. John Vining regarding this report 
was made where paragraph 1 , would read, "We recommend that eight C.E.U.'s be the minimum 
achievement for each minister for each quadrennium beginning January 1, 1985. Accumuation 
of C.E.U.'s from one year to the next will be allowed within the quadrennium." Paragraph 2 
would read. "C.E.U. Certificates are to become a part of the pastor's record at the fall Charge 
Conference, and that such certificates (and total of accumulated C.E.U.'s) be made a part of 
the pastor's report to the district superintendent." Rev. Bob Burgess reminded the Conference 
that according to Paragraph 423.1c, "Annual participation in continuing education programs. 
The Board of Ordained Ministry (731.2i) shall set minimal standards and specific guidelines 
for continuing education programs for members of their Conference, and insure their 
availability." Rev. Vining then withdrew his motion. Rev. George Calvin introduced a motion of 
referral which reads, 'That the Conference Board of Ordained Ministry study the structure of 
the Conference School of Christian Missions programs and report to the Annual Conference 
concerning ministers receiving C.E.U.'s credit for such attendance." Duly seconded, Mrs. Amy 
Ward spoke to the motion and the motion carried. Report No. 2, of the Board of Ordained 
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UNITED METHODIST FOUNDATION: Dr. J. J. Caraway presented the United Methodist 
Foundation report. He called attention to the Pre-Conference Reports, page 80, which had 
listed the officers as printed. Dr. Caraway then presented checks for $5,000 to the Lafon Home, 
$5,000 to People's Community Center, $1,729.83 to The Council on Ministries, $1,000 to Dillard 
University for scholarships, and $1,000 to Centenary College for scholarships. The report was 
adopted. 

REPORT OF CONFERENCE TREASURER AND STATISTICIAN: Dr. J. J. Caraway, 
Financial Director of the Conference, spoke to the report found on pages 76-79 of the 
Pre-Conference Reports. To introduce some of the comparative figures of Methodism from 
the very beginning in Louisiana, he said, "Louisiana Methodism is a strong force in this state." 
Then he pointed out that we have 140,000 confirmed members from approximately 600 
churches, $37,000,000 was expended last year, and we have $213,000,000 church value in 
property. With all of this there is less than $18,000,000 in indebtedness. He further spoke of the 
significant strides Methodism has made since the beginning in Louisiana, and he closed his 
presentation with words from our late, Bishop Shamblin, "The best days of the Methodist 
Church in Louisiana are ahead of us." The Conference adopted the report graciously. 

PERSONAL PRIVILEGE: Dr. Kenneth Reed, Baton Rouge-Hammond District Superinten- 
dent, asked the Conference to send greetings and best wishes from the Conference to those 
who were absent because of illness. They were: Mrs. Hazel Finnin, Mr. 0. W. "Red" Marrs, Mrs. 
Boyd Hood, Mrs. Henry Blount, Jr., Mrs. P. W. Sibley, Rev. Nathan Avant, Jr., Rev. R. R. Branton, 
Sr., Rev. Raymond DeLaughter, and Rev. S. Burl Dampier. The Conference endorsed the 
sending of these messages with their prayers. 

Rev. James Adams presented a resolution from the Retired Ministers Homes Board. The 
resolution was a beautiful tribute to the beloved, Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin. A copy of this 
resolution may be found in the Journal. It was adopted in a spirit of love and appreciation for 
Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin. 

REPORT NO. 3, BOARD OF ORDAINED MINISTRY COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE 
MEMBERSHIPS: Dr. Alfred Norris presented Rev. William Peoples, Registrar of Ministerial 
Training and Orders, who made the report concerning Probationary Members and Deacons 
Orders. Those recommended for Probationary Membership and Deacons Orders were: 
Molly Susan Clements Recommended by Dr. Stone Caraway 

New Orleans-Slidell District Superintendent 
Katherine Johnson Dauphin Recommended by W. Odell Simmons 

Shreveport District Superintendent 
Melissa Louise Draper Recommended by Dr. Stone Caraway 

New Orleans-Slidell District Superintendent 
Richard Harold Humphries Recommended by Dr. W. Odell Simmons 

Shreveport District Superintendent 
Steven Randall Kelly Recommended by Rev. William C. Blakely 

New Orleans-Houma District Superintendent 
Cage M. McLemore Recommended by Dr. Douglas McGuire 

Monroe District Superintendent 
Martha Marie Orphe Recommended by Dr. Moses Jackson 

Baton Rouge-Lafayette District Superintendent 
Steven Jay Porter Recommended by Rev. William C. Blakely 

New Orleans-Houma District Superintendent 
L. Jayne Trammell-Kelly Recommended by Dr. W. Odell Simmons 

Shreveport District Superintendent 

PERSONAL PRIVILEGE: Dr. W. Odell Simmons presented the following lovely guests to the 
Conference. Mrs. Finis Crutchfield, escorted by Dr. Kenneth Reed; Mrs. Paul Galloway, escorted 
by Dr. Jack Cooke; and Mrs. J. Kenneth Shamblin, escorted by Dr. Douglas McGuire. They were 
welcomed by the Conference. Dr. Simmons then presented Bicentennial Medallions to each of 
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Bishop Galloway presented the son of Bishop and Mrs. Shamblin, The Rev. J. Kenneth 
Shamblin, Jr., who spoke warm and gracious words of appreciation to the Conference for the 
wonderful way their Christian support was rendered at the time of Bishop Shamblin's death. 
In closing he said, "You will always be a close part of our family." 

ANNOUNCEMENTS: Announcements were called for since the hour was near at hand for 
recess. The announcements were given by Dr. Harvey G. Williamson, Secretary of the 
Conference. 

COMMITTEE ON COURTESIES: The Courtesies Committee, represented by Rev. Gene 
Finnell, presented Drs. Gerald and Joyce Matheson, of Nigeria, from the Board of Global 
Ministries. 

A recess of 12 minutes was called for by Bishop Paul Galloway. 

MEMORIAL HYMN: Following recess, Bishop Galloway presented Rev. Kenneth Fisher, who 
sang a solo entitled, "My Tribute", memorializing Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin. 

PERSONAL PRIVILEGE: Rev. Don Hall, Ruston District Superintendent, presented Rev. 
Cleburne Quaid, who presented a hand-carved mallard duck, as a representation of his hobby, 
to Bishop Paul Galloway. 

Bishop Galloway asked the Conference to grant the privilege to Rev. John Giles and Rev. S. W. 
Seals to have their credentials returned with the inscription printed on the face of them as 
found in Paragraph 448.3 of the 1980 Book of Discipline. 

REPORT NO. 3, BOARD OF ORDAINED MINISTRY, CONTINUED: Rev. William Peeples 
continued the report on the Board of Ordained Ministry. Those receiving Probationary 
Membership, who have been previously ordained, were: 

Douglas Boyd De Graffenried, Jr. Recommended by Rev. William C. Blakely 

New Orleans-Houma District Superintendent 
Houston C. Roberts Recommended by Dr. Douglas McGuire 

Monroe District Superintendent 
James Richard Schaub Recommended by Dr. Jack Cooke 

Lake Charles District Superintendent 
Samuel Kemper Smith Recommended by Dr. W. Odell Simmons 

Shreveport District Superintendent 
Melvin J. Turnage Recommended by Rev. William C. Blakely 

New Orleans-Houma District Superintendent 

Certificates were then presented by Rev. Bert Scott to these who had been granted the 
relationship of Elders on Probation coming from another denomination. 

SPECIAL PRIVILEGE: Dr. Ray Branton stated that a sign he had recently seen said, "85% of 
all United Methodist ministers are between the ages of 45-64." With that in mind he said he 
made a covenant, and asked the Conference to join in this covenant to look for youth with 
graces for the ministry and to give them proper guidance and leadership in responding to this 
call. 

Dr. Alfred Norris requested a word from Dr. J. J. Caraway, who stated that the Board of 
Ordained Ministry had already authorized $700 for Seminary scholarships and if those 
students would go to the Finance Office, $ 1 00 would be given each one as an extra gift from the 
United Methodist Foundation provided for out of the Verrett and Sherman Scholarship Fund. 

Dr. Alfred Norris then presented Rev. Alonzo Campbell, Chairperson of the Committee on 
Caring and Counseling from the Board of Ordained Ministry. He referred to page 45, of the 
Pre-Conference Reports which recommended that Pastor's School include a section, or 
workshop, on the relationship of pastors and retired ministers in the Local Churches. Also, he 
called the attention to leaflets which had been distributed. 

Dr. Norris then asked for the acceptance of the total report and it was adopted. 

BOARD OF CHURCH AND SOCIETY: Rev. James Evans gave the report of the Board of 
Church and Society referring to page 8, of the Pre-Conference Reports. He stated that there 
are many ways for the Gospel to be presented and that we must be an advocate of moral issues 
in this quadrennium by establishing District Boards of Church and Society in order to enable 
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SPECIAL PRIVILEGE: In preparing for the Committee on Human Welfare to be presented 
by Mrs. Dorothy Mae Taylor, who is Committee Chairperson, Dr. Alfred Norris reported to the 
Conference an item of great interest. Mrs. Taylor, a member of Mount Zion United Methodist 
Church, New Orleans, was appointed by Governor Edwin Edwards to the position of Secretary 
of Urban and Community Affairs. Mrs. Taylor insisted that her "Swearing-in Ceremony" be held 
at Mount Zion, her church. This was done. We salute and congratulate, Mrs. Dorothy Mae 
Taylor, Secretary of Urban and Community Affairs of the state of Louisiana. 

Mrs. Dorothy Mae Taylor presented the report on Human Welfare and spoke about human 
care needs. 

The Chairperson of the Committee on Human Relations presented Rev. Mickey Stringfield. He 
pointed us to the future program for the next four years on the concerns of the handicapped as 
they seek to be fully integrated into the life of our church. 

Rev. Timothy Lawson presented the report on Emerging Social Issues, he asked that the 
report on pages 9-11, of the Pre-Conference Reports, be accepted. 

Rev. Willis Dear presented the report on Peace and World Order. He submitted a change in 
the Pre-Conference Reports on page 12. The last paragraph should read, "A similar 
Conference is planned for North Louisiana in the spring of 1985 so that churches can take 
advantage of the learning experience concerning our Mission Outreach in the Americas." He 
announced a Conference on Central America to be held October 21-23, 1984, at First United 
Methodist Church, Alexandria, with Dr. William Sloane Coffin, who would speak regarding the 
threat of war in our age. 

Rev. James Evans expressed appreciation for the excellent cooperation of the Board 
Members and asked for the adoption of the report. A motion by Mr. Mark Solomon, of the Baton 
Rouge-Lafayette District, was made that we receive the reports individually rather than the 
report as a whole. The motion failed and the total report was adopted. 

REPRESENTATIVES FROM SCHOOLS OF THEOLOGY: Dr. William K. McElvaney, 
President of Saint Paul's School of Theology, spoke to the Conference. The Saint Paul School of 
Theology Board of Trustees asked for an up-dating and clarification of the Articles of 
Incorporation. It was suggested that the Article XIII be amended to read as follows: 'The Board 
of Trustees of the corporation shall have power to make, alter, amend and repeal the Articles of 
Incorporation, or any portion thereof, by resolution adopted at any annual, regular, or special 
meeting of the Board of Trustees, by a majority of a quorum present, provided that the intent to 
amend, with the text of the proposed amendment, be published and circulated with the written 
notice of the Trustee meeting." The Conference approved the amended Article. Iliff School of 
Theology was represented by Dr. Clarence G. Snelling, Jr., and the Candler School of Theology 
was represented by Dr. Theodore Weber. 

LOUISIANA MORAL AND CIVIC FOUNDATION: Dr. Ken Ward, Executive Director of 
LMCF, spoke concerning the work of this organization throughout the state. He called attention 
to the concerns on page 69 of the Pre-Conference Reports. He then asked Dr. Samuel Walker to 
assist him in presenting The J. Henry Bowdon Preaching Award. The award was given to our 
own Bishop Paul V. Galloway. 

LAMECO REPORT: Rev. J. W. Matthews, member of the Board of Directors of Lameco, 
moved the adoption of their report as found on page 67 of the Pre-Conference Reports. The 
report was adopted. 

ETHNIC MINORITY LOCAL CHURCH: Dr. Samuel Walker gave the report for the Ethnic 
Minority Local Church emphasis. In reporting on the work that had been accomplished in the 
past year, he called attention to some corrections in the Pre-Conference Reports, found on 
page 66. Under V., Grand total receipts should read, "$238,755.83." In the next paragraph, the 
total should read, in the last line, "$97,680" instead of $95,860. Speaking for the Lafon Home, he 
presented the Board Members of the Home as the Conference responded with warm greetings. 
The report was accepted as corrected. 

COMMITTEE ON CHAPLAINS: Rev. Roland Friedrich presented to the Conference those 
chaplains in attendance. They were greeted by the Conference. 

ANNOUNCEMENTS: Announcements were made by the Secretary, Dr. Harvey G. William- 
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Tuesday, June 5, 1984 

Physical Education Center, Centenary College 

Afternoon Sessison — 2:30 p.m. 

Rev. Kenneth Fisher led the opening Hymn, "Lead On, O King Eternal" to open the afternoon 
session of the Annual Conference. Following the singing of the hymn, Dr. Harvey Williamson 
announced that photographs for the Pictorial Directory for ministers were still being made and 
encouraged all ministers to be sure and have that done as soon as possible. 

REPORT OF THE LOUISIANA INTERCHURCH CONFERENCE: Rev. James Stovall 
referred to page 68, of the Pre-Conference Reports, and made note of the fact that at this time 
last year there was much turmoil and a dark shadow regarding the Interchurch Council, but 
today, there is a much better spirit. We now have twenty-one different Communions in the 
Interchurch Conference. Rev. Stovall pointed to the Lectionary Telecasts as one of the 
highpoints in this year of work. He also noted that Mr. Charles Colson had been invited to speak 
at the joint session of the Louisiana Legislature, which just took place. He addressed himself to 
prison reform and alternatives to the crime problem in Louisiana. 

SPECIAL PRIVILEGE: Bishop Galloway recognized Dr. Nancy Carruth, Head of the 
Louisiana Delegation to the General Conference, for a statement. Mrs. Carruth presented a list 
of nominations compiled for the Jurisdictional Pool in categories of clergy, laywomen, laymen, 
ethnic minority persons, youth, young adults, persons with handicapping conditions, older 
adults, and nominees for membership on National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA. 
They are: 

Mrs. Inez W. Christentery 

Mrs. Nell Read 

Mrs. Sara S. Fugler 

Mr. Welton H. Brumfield, Jr. 

Mr. John T. Porter 

Mr. Murray Fincher 

Mr. Terrel DeVille 

Mr. Stan Williams 

Miss Kathy Thrasher 

Mr. George R. Schurman 

Rev. Mickey D. Stringfield 

Mr. C. H. "Hank" Brumfield 

Mrs. Margaret St. Amant 

Rev. Kirby A. Vining 

COUNCIL ON FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION: Dr. J. Woodrow Hearn presented the 
report for C.F.A. as it appeared in the Pre-Conference Reports on page 1 with changes which 
will be noted. Dr. Hearn covered all 1 1 paragraphs in Report No. I with no changes. Report No. 
II, paragraph 1, Dr. Hearn pointed out increases in the previous year and percentages for these. 
Under paragraph 3 of Report No. II are some changes made necessary by recent General 
Conference actions. These changes are: World Service & Conference Benevolences from 
$710,000 to $720,000; Ministerial Education Fund from $247,000 to $260,000; Mission Priority 
Fund from $115,000 to $100,000; Telecommunications Fund delete $37,000; Archives Building 
Fund delete $4900; Church Extension from $457,000 to $480,000, for a new total of $4,702,700. 
Paragraph 8 under Report No. II, on page 4, of the Pre-Conference Reports, Dr. Hearn asked 
the Conference to strike the last four lines of that paragraph, reading, "Since some of these 
items in the District Superintendents compensation have in the past been carried in District 
Budgets, the Districts shall delete these items from their 1985 budgets and shall reduce their 
budgets accordingly, thereby implementing the policy that all salary and expenses to be paid to 
the District Superintendents shall come through the Conference Treasurer." Delete this 
section. Under paragraph 13, Dr. Hearn asked that the words, "to World Service and," be struck 
from the third line from the bottom of page 5. Also on page 6, the words, "World Service and, " be 
struck from the fifth line from the top of the page. 



Rev. Carole Cotton -Winn 
Dr. Alfred L. Norris 
Tracy R. Arnold 
J. Philip Woodland 
L. Ray Branton 
Nancy M. Carruth 
Amy G. Ward 



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Miss Elizabeth Scott 
Mr. Geogg Hart 
Mr. Joseph Patterson 
Miss Laura Echols 
Mr. J. Jay Caraway 
Miss Charlotte D. Calvin 
Mrs. Kathi B. Finnell 



Mr. Carl E. Stewart 
Rev. George W. C. Calvin, Sr. 
Rev. Donald R. Avery 
Rev. Marta Sanfiel 
Mr. Matt Kawaski 
Mr. Kirby Verrett 
Miss Yolanda D. Robertson 
Mr. Ernest Arnold 
Rev. John Koelemay 
Mr. Wadsworth Davis 
Mr. Walter Brock 
Mr. Truman L. Ward 
Mrs. Dorothy M. Taylor 
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Bishop Galloway recognized Rev. R. Don Ross, who presented an amendment to Report No. II 
regarding the Wesley Foundation budget asking that it be increased from $448,000 to $453,000. 
His amendment received a second. He was then allowed to speak to the ammendment. Rev. Jim 
Wilson spoke in opposition to the amendment. Rev. Brady Forman, Chariman of Higher 
Education, then spoke, saying that "CFA had been asked to consider a 10% increase but they 
had reduced it to a 6-plus increase for the year." Chairman, Woodrow Hearn then made the 
final statement on the matter and a vote was taken with the amendment failing. 

Bishop Galloway recognized Mrs. Jack B. Cochran. She presented an amendment to Report 
No. II, paragraph 6, asking that the word, "Conference", be included in this paragraph in 
reference to the wording "each District Conference shall establish a District Council on Finance 
and Administration." The word, "Conference", had been omitted from this Pre-Conference 
Report as it appeared in the 1983 Journal. She received a second to her amendment and was 
allowed to speak to it. Her main objection to the omission of the word, "Conference", was that it 
eliminated the vehicle by which individual churches of a district would have a voice in the 
governmental affairs of their district. In response, Dr. hearn said, "District Conferences are 
optional and do not have to be held unless the District Superintendent and that District desires 
it." A vote was taken and the amendment was defeated. 

Dr. Hearn concluded his report and Bishop Galloway called for a vote. The report was 
accepted as a whole. 

Dr. Hearn then placed in nomination the name of Dr. J. J. Caraway as the Treasurer and 
Statistician for the Louisiana Annual Conference for the next quadrennium. His election was 
unanimous. 

RESOLUTION ON AN EPISCOPAL RESIDENCE COMMITTEE: The report was handed 
out to the delegates of the Conference. It was gone over in detail by Dr. Hearn. Such a resolution 
and action was made necessary by a recent action of the General Conference. Dr. Hearn 
indicated that the cost of providing the Episcopal Residence shall be shared proportionally 
between the Episcopal Fund and the Episcopal Area up to a maximum from the Episcopal 
Fund of $12,000 in 1985; $13,000 in 1986; $14,000 in 1987; and $15,000 in 1988. 

The Conference Council on Finance and Administration recommends to this Conference 
that this requirement of the General Conference be achieved in Louisiana by taking the 
following steps: 

1. That the resident bishop establish an Episcopal Committee to provide for this 
action. 

2. That the Committee be given authority to build, purchase, or lease such a 
residence for the Bishop of the Louisiana Area. 

3. Once the Committee has made a decision to build, purchase, or lease an 
Episcopal Residence, that the Board of Trustees of the Louisiana Conference be 
instructed and authorized to execute all legal papers necessary to bring about 
the fulfillment of this recommendation. 

4. That financial arrangements, regarding the Episcopal Residence, shall be 
approved by the Council on Finance and Administration. 

5. That the Louisiana Annual Conference share for the cost of this residence come 
from funds received from the sale of the Episcopal Residence in New Orleans 
which has already been set aside by CFA and totals approximately $162,000. 

The Conference wholeheartedly approved this resolution and went on record as being in 
favor of providing such an Episcopal Residence as needed for the presiding Bishop of the 
Louisiana Area. A copy of the entire resolution is found in Section IX of the Conference 
Journal. 

Dr. Woodrow Hearn then made a statement regarding the report from the Health and 
Welfare Committee which had come to his Committee. There was a change recommendation in 
paragraph 2, on page 21, of the Pre-Conference Reports. The section, six lines from the bottom, 
beginning "For this reason" would be deleted. This deletion was in agreement with the Board of 
Global Ministries and Rev. Percell Church, of People's Community Center. Action taken by CFA 
in regard to this matter was to grant People's Community Center an additional $10,000 gift 



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from the Contingency Fund and asked that local churches in our state make People's 
Community Center an Advance Special during this next year. Dr. Hearn went on to commend 
Rev. Church and the Community Center for the fine work they are doing in New Orleans. 

Dr. Hearn then called on Mr. Welton Brumfield, Vice Chairman of CFA, for a statement. Mr. 
Brumfield noted that at General Conference he worked on the Legislative Committee in holding 
to a 26% cap rather than the 33% cap on funding for the next quadrennium. In this respect, he 
encouraged the Louisiana Annual Conference Laity to see that 100% of all our benevolences 
from local churches are paid during the next four years. 

LYDIA PATTERSON INSTITUTE REPORT: Dr. Jack McGee reported for Lydia Patterson. 
He called attention to the severe financial problems of the Institute in the last several years 
tying this to the economy and inflation in that area. He noted that the Board of Trustees has 
undertaken a study to keep Lydia Patterson in existence and performing the ministry to which 
she has been called. 

REPRESENTATIVE OF METHODIST PUBLISHING HOUSE: Mr. BUI Turner reported a 
good year for Cokesbury Bookstores with record sales noting that two new retail outlets have 
been opened this year. He also called attention to Abington Press embarking on a major Wesley 
Publication in the past 60 years. He also noted that as of July 1, Cokesbury will have a toll-free 
number for the ordering of materials. The numbe r is 1 -800-672- 1 789. Mr. Turner then asked Dr. 
Alfred Norris, a member of the General Board of Publications, to come forward and accept a 
check from Cokesbury in the amount of $14,601.04. Dr. Norris then presented this check to 
Bishop Galloway. 

COMMISSION ON ARCHIVES & HISTORY: The report appearing on page 57, of the 
Pre-Conference Reports was given by Mr. W. A. Davis. He called attention to the display for 
Archives & History in the lobby of the Gold Dome encouraging local churches to have their 
church histories compiled. Mr. Ernest G. Arnold approached the microphone for a special 
presentation. Mr. Arnold is a member of the General Committee on Archives & History. He 
made note of a new volume of history that is now available at the General Conference level at 
$1 1.95 which he has a number of copies on hand that delegates can secure. He presented one of 
these volumes to Bishop Galloway for his dedication and hard work in this area of Archives & 
History. 

REPORT ON THE COMMISSION ON THE STATUS AND ROLE OF WOMEN: The report 
was given by Mrs. Betty Rowell. Mrs. Rowell called attention to the article found on page 63 of 
the Pre-Conference Reports. She made mention that her Commission is working on an 
inclusive language help for the local church. She also asked that local churches review the 
male/female balance in official positions. Her report was accepted. 

BICENTENNIAL REPORT: Dr. Clyde Frazier noted that promotion of our Bicentennial 
must be in the local church if it is going to happen. He reported that it will be celebrated at 
Annual Conference on Wednesday night with a musical play, "Strangely Warmed." Video tapes 
of this will be availabale to the local churches through their district superintendents. 
Acknowledgements and appreciations were given by Dr. Frazier. He also noted that on district 
levels, billboards and posters will be appearing throughout the state; 25 in all. This will 
emphasize the circuit rider theme. Ten of these will be in the Lake Charles District. He also 
pointed out that the Munholland Church in New Orleans celebrated the Bicentennial with a 
"Camp Meeting" as part of their celebration. In addition he encouraged each local church to 
plan now for the Christmas Eve Conference Service at the closing of the 1984 year. He thanked 
the different units of the United Methodist Women across the state for the beautiful banners 
that are hanging in the Gold Dome at this Annual Conference. 

Rev. Tracy Arnold was recognized by Bishop Galloway. He moved for an Order of the Day on 
Wednesday for Report No. 4 of the Board of Ordained Ministry. It was received by a second from 
Dr. Alfred Norris and voted by the Conference. 

ANNOUNCEMENTS: Closing announcements were made by Dr. Harvey G. Williamson, 
Secretary of the Conference, and the afternoon session stood adjourned. 



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Tuesday, June 5, 1984 

Evening Worship — Service of Ordination 

First United Methodist Church 

7:30 p.m. 

The Service of Ordination for the Louisiana Annual Conference was held in the sanctuary of 
First United Methodist Church, Shreveport, Louisiana, with Bishop Paul V. Galloway presiding. 
Guest speaker for this service was Bishop Finis A. Crutchfield of the Houston Area and former 
Episcopal leader for the Louisiana Conference. The title of his sermon was, "An Ordination 
Message." Others participating in the service of worship were: Dr. Jack Cooke, who read the first 
lesson; Dr. Kenneth R. Reed, who read the second lesson; and Dr. D. L. Dykes, who read the 
Gospel lesson. 

The music for this service was presented by The Chancel Choir from Asbury United 
Methodist Church in Lafayette. Prior to the service this choir presented a brief concert of music 
while the people were gathering for worship. 

Following Bishop Crutchfield's sermon, the Service of Ordination of Deacons and Elders was 
observed with Bishop Paul Galloway presiding assisted by Bishop Finis Crutchfield and various 
district superintendents. The passing of the mantle of ministry to the new ordinands with the 
presentation of the new stoles was participated in by various retired ministers selected for this 
particular occasion by the Board of Ordained Ministry. 

Following the Service of Ordination a reception was held in Bain Hall honoring the Deacons 
and Elders. 

Third Day 

Wednesday, June 6, 1984 

Physical Education Center, Centenary College 

Morning Session — 8:30 a.m. 

Bishop Paul V. Galloway called the Conference to order and presented Dr. James R. Schaub 
who led the worship service with Rev. Kenneth Fisher leading the singing. 

COMMITTEE ON THE JOURNAL: Rev. Charles Humphreys reported for the Committee on 
the Journal that the minutes of the previous day's agenda had been examined and were in 
proper order. The report was accepted. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Report No. 1 was given by Mr. Hubert Blanchard, President of the 
Board of Trustees, in which were presented the 1984-85 officers for the Conference Board of 
Trustees. They were approved. The officers are: President, Mr. Tom Matheny; Vice President, Dr. 
Nancy Caruth; Secretary-Treasurer, Rev. Ed Pickens. Report No. 2 dealt with the disposal of 
certain properties and was presented by Mr. Tom Matheny. The resolutions in proper form 
were adopted by the Conference. Mr. Matheny then gave tribute to Mr. Blanchard, former 
President of the Board, who will not be continuing on the Board of Trustees. The Conference 
received this part of the report with a standing ovation tribute. 

BOARD OF DISCIPLE SHIP: The report was presented by Dr. Byrl Moreland, who 
recognized, first, Dr. Donald Emler representing the Sunday School Task Force. Dr. Emler 
presented claques to 16 churches who began new church schools this year. They are: 

Peoples United Methodist Church 

Oak Ridge United Methodist Church 

Pine Prairie United Methodist Church 

Iota United Methodist Church 

Hayes United Methodist Church 

Meadows United Methodist Church 

Center United Methodist Church 

Ellerbe Road United Methodist Church 

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Hall Summit United Methodist Church 
Krotz Springs United Methodist Church 
Hartzell-Ray Avenue United Methodist Church 
John Wesley United Methodist Church 
Center United Methodist Church 
Felicity United Methodist Church 
Kaplan United Methodist Church 

Dr. H. A. Harrington, Chairman of the Task Force on Confirmation, issued strong emphasis; 
on making confirmation a question of accountability at every Charge Conference. 

Mrs. Mary Lou Blakeman extended welcome to the new members of the Board of Discipleship 
and informed them that on August 24-25, 1984, at First Church in Baton Rouge, a training 
session for new members would be held. 

Mrs. Barbara Garcia, Coordinator of Children's Ministries of the General Board of 
Discipleship, lifted up a conference "Children, the Worried and the World," to be held in 
Nashville on July 29 - August 2, 1985. 

Rev. Patterson Culligan, and the Conference Youth Team, presented an informative and 
entertaining skit encouraging their efforts to reach their proposed goal of $17,000 for the YSF, 
(Youth Service Fund.) 

Dr. Moreland expressed appreciation to the hardworking efforts of the Board. The report 
was adopted. 

BOARD OF LAITY: Mr. Richard Baker made the report for the Board of Laity found on page 
44 in the Pre-Conference Reports, and offered the following nominations for the next 
Conference year: Conference Lay Leader, Mr. Richard Baker; Vice Conference Lay Leader, Mrs. 
Mary Adele Compton; Associate Conference Lay Leader, Mr. Chris Blanchard; Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mr. John Trotter. Mr. Baker then presented Mr. Woody Atkinson, who spoke about 
the 1000 Club pointing out that the 1000 Club recipient for 1984-85 would be the new church in 
Drew Area, West Monroe. The report was adopted with election of these officers. 

BOARD OF PENSIONS: Dr. Tracy R. Arnold presented the Board of Pensions report. He 
referred to pages 49-57 in the Pre-Conference Reports and pointed out editorial changes on 
pages 52, 55, and 57. On page 53, paragraph "f ' entitled "Participation", this was to be added, "It 
is required that the churches that they serve provide 1/2 the premium cost." Then begin a new 
paragraph reading, "Exceptions can be made only by approval of the Board of Pensions." Rev. 
Larry O'Dell made a motion to delete on page 53, the paragraph "f '. Speaking for the motion 
was Rev. John Lavo, Rev. Jack O'Dell, and Rev. James Lowe. Speaking against the motion was 
Mr. Truman Ward, Rev. Kenneth Fisher, and Rev. Ramon Warren. Dr. J. J. Caraway gave a 
summation as he spoke against the motion as question was called for. The motion failed. The 
report was then adopted as corrected. As he offered an expression of thanks to the Board, he 
asked for the adoption of the report. 

SPECIAL PRIVILEGE: Dr. Odell Simmons asked Rev. William Mayo and Rev. William Blakely 
to escort Mrs. Christina Bryant and Mrs. Polly Ford, sisters of Bishop Galloway, so that they may 
be presented to the Conference. The Conference welcomed them as Dr. Williamson, Secretary of 
the Conference, presented them with Bicentennial Medallions. 

RECESS: Bishop Galloway reminded the Conference that they must be back for the Order of 
the Day at 10:30. 

Upon return, Rev. Kenneth Fisher, led the Conference in the singing of a hymn from the 
Songs of Zion Hymnbook. 

REPORT NO. 4 BOARD OF ORDAINED MINISTRY: Dr. Alfred Norris called on Rev. Conrad 
Edwards to give answer to Disciplinary Questions 20 (those who have received certificates of 
candidacy), Question 21 (those who have completed study for license, but not appointed), and 
Question 26 (Associate Members). These names are listed in Section VII of the Journal. The 
report was adopted. 

Retired Relations were granted to 1 1 members in Full Connection, 4 Associate Members, and 
1 Local Pastor. Each person addressed the Conference seeking the Retired Relationship and 



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were granted such by a separate vote. They were given Certificates of Appreciation for their 
years of service, a grand total of 492 service years. These names are recorded under Questions 
49, 50, and 51, Section VII of the Journal. 

PERSONAL PRIVILEGE: Bishop Galloway gave a good report regarding the surgery of Dr. 
William Fraser. 

ANNOUNCEMENTS: Announcements were given by the Secretary, Dr. Harvey G. William- 
son. Adjournment followed. Rev. Leo Beck, Retired Minister, gave the Benediction. 

Wednesday, June 6, 1984 
Physical Education Center, Centenary College 
Afternoon Session — 2:30 p.m. 

Bishop Paul V. Galloway called the session to order and asked Rev. Kenneth Fisher to lead a 
song. Rev. Fisher presented the Conference organist, Mr. Peter Sorant, from the St. Andrews 
United Methodist Church in New Orleans, who sang "There Is A Sweet Spirit In This Place." Ms. 
Rosalee Black was at the organ. 

BOARD OF DIACONAL MINISTRY: Mr. Don Emler gave the report for the Board of 
Diaconal Ministry and presented Mrs. Lu An McLaurin who read the recommendations for 
certificates and renewals of all those related to the Diaconal Ministry. These were presented 
and the names and addresses of all persons who are listed in Section IV of the Journal. Dr. 
Emler then recognized the untiring labors of all the members of the Board of Diaconal Ministry 
with sincere appreciation from the Conference. 

BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND CAMPUS MINISTRY: Rev. Brady Forman 
referred to the Pre-Conference Reports on pages 35-38, and offered several amendments to 
perfect the report. The report was then adopted as corrected. He called attention to a new 
brochure from the Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry which pertained to their 
work, after which, Rev. Don Ross and Rev. Randy Nichols spoke on Campus Ministry. 

Dr. Donald Webb, President of Centenary College, spoke to the Conference concerning 
Centenary's appreciation for the three new chairs endowed in the last twelve months. He 
moved the election of the nominees to the Board of Trustees for the Class of 1987 be accepted. 
They were elected. The list can be found in Section IV of the Conference Journal. 

Dr. Samuel DuBois Cook, President of Dillard University, spoke and in the process made a 
presentation to the Louisiana Conference for their support of the Black College Fund. Bishop 
Galloway received the parchment. 

Rev. Don Cottrill presented the winner of the Louisiana Annual Conference Merit Award of 
$600. The winner was Brenda Lynette Washington of St. Mark's United Methodist Church in 
Baton Rouge. Rev. Cottrill also presented a plaque to Rev. Brady Forman in recognition of his 
eight years of service on the Board. Rev. Forman responded with words of appreciation to the 
members of the Board for their endeavors. He asked for approval of the report. Bishop 
Galloway suggested approval of the report with the inclusion of two representatives from 
seminaries who were presented to the Conference, Dean James Kirby from Perkins School of 
Theology at SMU, and Dr. Wesley Brown from Duke University who also brought greetings from 
Candler School of Theology at Emory University. 

PERSONAL PRIVILEGE: Bishop Galloway presented Mrs. Amy Ward, who presented to the 
Conference, Dr. Vela Cleveland, Missionary to India for 30 years. This was her first American 
Annual Conference. She is a member of the Carrollton United Methodist Church in New 
Orleans. 

CONCLUSION OF CONFERENCE RELATIONS REPORT: Dr. Clyde Frazier reminded the 
Conference that the total years of service of our retiring ministers totaled 492 service years. He 
presented the following questions: Question 32 (Re-admitted as members in Full Connection), 
Question 42 (Granted Honorable Location), Question 44 (Membership Terminations), Question 
46 (Leave of Absence), Question 48a,c, (Disabled Ordained Ministers), and Question 65 
(Approved for Appointment for less than full-time service). The names of the persons who were 
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Dr. Harvey G. Williamson, Conference Secretary, announced that two new congregations 
have been started in the Louisiana Conference this year. Both of these are in the New 
Orleans-Houma District. The first one established was Messiah United Methodist Church with 
Rev. Kathy Henderson as Pastor, and the second was the Korean congregation, which meets at 
the Rayne Memorial United Methodist Church on St. Charles Avenue. Rev. Han Lee is the 
Pastor. Both of these received Certificates of Organization from the Conference and words of 
appreciation for their new beginning. 

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS: Mr. Ed Gulley, supported by Rev. Sale Lilly presented 
two resolutions. The first resolution had to do with Licensing of Child Care Agencies. The 
resolution was adopted. Resolution No. 2 concerned Opposition to Gambling. It was also 
adopted. Copies of both are to be found in Section IX of the Conference Journal. 

PERSONAL PRIVILEGE: Dr. Clyde Frazier referred to two guests who were present 
yesterday. They are Missionaries Joyce and Gerald Matheson, and called attention to the fact 
that they are members of the Louisiana Annual Conference. They are in New Orleans working 
on their PhD's and attend Rayne Memorial Church in New Orleans. 

MOTION OF REFERRAL TO RESOLUTION COMMITTEE: Rev. George W. C. Calvin made 
a motion of referral to the Committee on Review and Resolutions reading, 'That the Conference 
Board of Church and Society draft a resolution to be sent to the Louisiana State Legislature 
encouraging them to vote in favor of the proposed legislation granting the Public School 
teachers and other workers in the system, pay raises they have requested." The motion was 
approved. 

COMMITTEE ON EPISCOPACY: Dr. Woodrow Hearn called attention to the Pre- 
Conference Reports on page 65 and made reference to the way in which we had suffered a 
great loss through the death of Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin. He praised his outstanding 
leadership, brought out the remembrance of many persons, clergy and lay, who were touched 
with the spirit of his loving concern. Following Bishop Shamblin's death, the Committee on 
Episcopacy was fortunate to have Bishop Paul V. Galloway assigned by the Council of Bishops 
to Louisiana. Bishop Galloway enabled the Louisiana Conference to complete some significant 
projects providing leadership by looking to the future. As this committee report expressed the 
way in which the Galloways will always be remembered in Louisiana with the help and love they 
have given to us in a great time of need, Dr. Hearn extended official greetings to Mrs. Galloway, 
who was presented to the Conference. Dr. Hearn then requested that the report be received as a 
part of this Annual Conference, and it was adopted with love and appreciation to our Episcopal 
leader. 

COMMITTEE ON COURTESIES: Rev. Grayson Watson, Chairperson, gave special apprecia- 
tion to the many who had done so much in making this Fourteenth Session of the Louisiana 
Annual Conference another glorious milestone in Louisiana Methodism's accomplishments. A 
copy of this document is contained in the Journal. 

WHERE SHALL THE NEXT SESSION OF THE CONFERENCE BE HELD: Dr. Donald 
Webb, Centenary President, invited the Conference to meet at Centenary College next year and 
Dr. D. L. Dykes, Pastor of First United Methodist Church, Shreveport, asked to share in this 
invitation. The invitation was accepted by the Conference. 

PERSONAL PRIVILEGE: Dr. Harvey G. Williamson, Conference Secretary, expressed on 
behalf of the Louisiana Annual Conference the privilege of having Bishop and Mrs. Paul 
Galloway for this year. The Conference responded with joy and enthusiasm through their 
standing ovation and applause. 

ADJOURNMENT: Bishop Galloway then adjourned the afternoon session with a prayer, 
after which he reminded all that the reading of the appointments and the Ritual of Sending 
Forth would conclude the 1984 Session of the Annual Conference at 7:30 p.m. in the Gold 
Dome. 



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Wednesday, June 6, 1984 

Evening Worship Service, 

Physical Education Center, Centenary College 

7:30 p.m. 

The Fourteenth Session of the Louisiana Annual Conference came to a close on Wednesday 
evening, June 6, with a Bicentennial celebration. A Musical Narrative entitled "Strangely 
Warmed" was presented under the direction of Mr. Robert R. Buseick and Mr. William Riley, 
both on the faculty of Centenary College in Shreveport. This production using some sixteen 
persons, plus musicians, told the story of Methodism from its early beginnings. Using both 
narrative and musical numbers, the production enthusiastically and interestingly told the 
story of Methodism in a most unique and fascinating way. 

Following the Bicentennial presentation, the appointments for the ministers of the Louisiana 
Conference were read by Bishop Paul Galloway. All appointments are listed in Section VIII of 
the Journal. At the conclusion of the Reading of Appointments, the ministers stood to receive 
and accept their respective appointments from the Bishop. Following this, the lay persons 
stood to receive the ministers assigned to them in what is known as the Ritual of Sending Forth. 
This service and the 1984 Session of the Louisiana Annual Conference was brought to a close 
with the Benediction being pronounced by Bishop Paul V. Galloway. 

Bishop Paul V. Galloway, President 
Harvey G. Williamson, Conference Secretary 






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VII. Disciplinary Questions 

The Business Of The Annual Conference 

The Minutes of the Louisiana Annual Conference Held in Shreveport, Louisiana from June 4, 
1984, through June 6, 1984. Bishop Paul V. Galloway, presiding.- Date when organized: 1971. 
Number of this session: 14th. 

PART I. ORGANIZATION AND GENERAL BUSINESS 

1. Who are elected for the quadrennium (HH702.6, 715.1): 

Secretary? Harvey G. Williamson, 527 North Boulevard, Baton Rouge, LA 70802 
Statistician? James J. Caraway, 527 North Boulevard, Baton Rouge, LA 70802 
Treasurer? James J. Caraway, 527 North Boulevard, Baton Rouge, LA 70802 

2. Is the Annual Conference incorporated ( 11 702.1)? Yes 

3. Bonding and auditing: 

a) What officers handling funds of the conference have been bonded, and in what 
amounts ( f 11714, 2508)? James J. Caraway — $50,000 

b) Have the books of said officers or persons been audited (H 11713, 2508)? Yes 

4. What conference councils, boards, commissions, and committees have been appointed or 
elected? 

a) Answer Yes or No for each of the councils, boards, commissions, or committees listed: 

(1) Council on Finance and Administration? Yes 

(2) Council on Ministries? Yes 

(3) Board of Diaconal Ministry? Yes 

(4) Board of Ordained Ministry? Yes 

(5) Board of Pensions? Yes 

(6) Board of Trustees of the Annual Conference? Yes 

(7) Commission on Archives and History? Yes 

(8) Commission on Christian Unity and Interreligious Concerns? Yes 

(9) Commission on Equitable Salaries? Yes 

(10) Commission on Religion and Race? Yes 

(11) Commission on the Status and Role of Women? Yes 

(12) Committee on Investigation? Yes 

(13) Committee on Episcopacy? Yes 

b) Indicate the name of the agency in your annual conference which is responsible for 
the functions related to each of the following agencies: 

(1) Board of Church and Society (11719)? Board of Church & Society 

(2) Board of Discipleship ( 11 720)? Board of Discipleship 

(3) Board of Global Ministries (11721)? Board of Global Ministries 

(4) Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry ( f 722)? Board of Higher 
Education & Campus Ministry 

(5) Board of the Laity ( H 720.8)? Board of Laity 

c) Answer Yes or No for each of the following conference or district organizations: 

(1) Conference United Methodist Women? Yes 

(2) Conference United Methodist Men? Yes 

(3) Conference Council on Youth Ministry? Yes 

(4) District Boards of Church Location and Building? Yes 

(5) Committees on District Superintendency? Yes 

(6) District Committees on Ordained Ministry? Yes 

(7) District Councils on Ministries? Yes 



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d) What other councils, boards, commissions, or committees have been appointed or 
elected in the annual conference? 

Courtesies 

Journal 

Resolutions 

Rules 

Ethnic Minority Local Church 

Task Force on Enlistment for Ministry 

Task Force on Outdoor Ministries 
5 Have the secretaries, treasurers, and statisticians kept their respective records according 
to the prescribed forms ( 1 705.7)? Yes 

6. What is the report of the statistician? (See Section XII of Journal.) 

7. What is the report of the treasurer? (See Section XIII of Journal.) 

8. What are the reports of the district superintendents as to the status of the work within 
their districts? No report 

9. What is the schedule of equitable salaries for pastors (f 1 438.3, 935.3)? $15,600 per year 
for full-time pastors 

10. What amount has been apportioned to the pastoral charges within the conference to be 
raised for the support of the district superintendents for the ensuing year ( H 710.1a)? 
$525,000 

11. What amount has been apportioned to the pastoral charges within the conference to be 
raised for the support of the pension and benefit programs of the conference (1111 710.1a, 
1707)? $700,000 

12. What are the apportionments to this conference: 

a) For the World Service Fund? $720,000 

b) For the Episcopal Fund? $98,000 

c) For the General Administration Fund? $50,000 

d) For the Interdenominational Cooperation Fund? $18,700 

e) For the Ministerial Education Fund? $260,000 

f) For the Black College Fund? $121,000 

g) For the Missional Priority Fund? $ 1 00,000 

h) For the Temporary General Aid Fund? $ 1 0,000 

13. What is the percentage division between World Service and conference benevolences for 
the ensuing fiscal year (1 710.3d)? 

World Service? 76.67% 
Conference benevolences? 23.33% 

14. What United Methodist institutions or organizations are approved by the conference for 
pension responsibility ( 1l706.3a(3), 1706.4g)? All Conference Institutions 

15. Conference and district lay leaders ( 1 1f 702.8, 736): 

a) Conference lay leader: Richard H. Baker, 527 North Boulevard, Baton Rouge, LA 
70802 

b) Associate conference lay leaders: See Journal, Section IV 

c) District and associate district lay leaders: See Journal, Section IV 

16. What local churches have been: 

a) Organized (1267)? 
Monroe District: 

Drew 

b) Merged (12538)? 

1) United Methodist with United Methodist 

Name of 1st church Name of 2nd church Name of merged church 

Robeline MarthavQle Marthaville-Beulah 

St. Marks-Opelousas St. Marks-Washington St. Marks-Opelousas 

First UMC New Iberia St. Martinville First UMC New Iberia 

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Elysian Fields Second Trinity 

Dubach Hilly Dubach 

c) Discontinued or abandoned (1111231, 440.2, 2541)? Wesley-Mt. Vernon; Houma, 
Louisiana 

d) Relocated and to what address? None 

e) Changed name of church? (Example: "First" to "Trinity") 

Former Name New Name Address 

Kenner North Messiah 4127-A, Loire Dr., 

Kenner, LA 70065 

f) Transferred this year into this conference from other United Methodist conference(s) 
and with what membership (11 1146, 268)? None 

g) What other changes have taken place in the list of churches? None 
17. What changes have been made in district and charge lines? 

Alexandria District 

(1) Robeline Church of the Marthaville Charge has been merged with the Marthaville 

Church. The Charge should be recorded as "Marthaville-Beulah Charge". 
Baton Rouge-Hammond District 
(1) Remove Istrouma from the St. Luke's-Istrouma Charge and make St. Luke's a station 

church and form a new charge by placing Istrouma Charge with Winbourne, forming 

the Winbourne-Istrouma Charge 
Baton Rouge-Lafayette District 

(1) Take the St. Mark, Opelousas-St. Mark, Washington Charge and form one church, to 
be called St. Mark 

(2) Take the first New Iberia-St. Martinville Charge and form one church, to be called 
First UMC, New Iberia. 

(3) Remove Trinity, Crowley, from the St. Peter-Trinity-Godman Charge and place 
Trinity in the Lake Charles District and form the St. Peter-Godman Charge in the 
Baton Rouge-Lafayette District 

Lake Charles District 

(1) Remove Squyres United Methodist Church at Ragley from DeQuincy, First United 
Methodist Church, and make each separate charges to read: DeQuincy, First United 
Methodist Church Charge and Ragley, Squyres United Methodist Church Charge 

(2) Boundry changes in the Lake Charles District: Take Trinity Church in Crowley from 
the St. Peter-Trinity-Godman Charge in the Baton Rouge-Lafayette District and place 
it with the Jones-Mallalieu Charge in the Lake Charles District to make the Jones- 
Mallalieu-Trinity Charge 

New Orleans-Slidell District 

(1) LaPlace, Lasseigne-Lutcher separated to form two charges: (a) LaPlace, (b) Lutcher. 

Gentilly-Second split to form the Gentilly UMC (Second merged with Elysian Fields). 

Elysian Fields- John Wesley changed to Trinity- John Wesley (Elysian Fields and 

Second merged to form Trinity). 
Ruston District 
(1) Dissolve the Ruston Greater Circuit and establish the following: Concord Station; 

Eros-Antioch Charge; Mclntyre Station; Whitehall-Colquitt-Evergreen Charge. 
Shreveport District 

( 1 ) Take Ida from the Hosston-Gilliam Charge and create two new charges. One being the 
Hosston-Gilliam and the other being the Ida Charge. 

(2) Take New Light from the Bradford-New Light-Pilgrim's Rest Charge and create the 
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PART II. PERTAINING TO MINISTERIAL RELATIONS: 
ORDAINED MINISTERS AND LOCAL PASTORS 

18. Are all the ministerial members of the conference blameless in their life and official 
administration (If 11703.4, 704.5)? Yes 

19. Who constitute the Conference Committee on Investigation ( H 2623.3)? 

Calvin Lapuyade, Wood row Smith, Dewitt Ginn, Lea Joyner, Alfred Norris, Henry 

Blount, Joseph McClain 

Reserves: Donald Avery, Carolyn Brannon, Dwight Ramsey 

20. Who have received the certificate of candidacy for ordained ministry? (1fU 404,405. — 
Include the names of all candidates for ordained ministry who have not completed the 
studies for the license as a local pastor.) 

Corie, Martin Wesley Reed, Rolard Evans 

Dolph, Thomas Ricke, Mike 

Easterling, Ronald Jeffery Sikes, Dawn Suzanne 

McKinnie, Richard D. Teeter, Richard Owens 

Milton, Michael Anthony Williams, Frank L. 

Redden, Louis W., Jr. Xnoyer, Alphonse 

21. Who have completed the studies for the license as a local pastor, but are not now 
appointed? (11407. — Indicate for each person the number of years since the license was 
awarded.): 

Allen Hulbert, Betz (L-83) 
Oscar L. Brown (L-84) 
Mollie Susan Clements (L-82) 
Tommy Davidson (L-84) 
Larry Freeman (L-84) 
Mark Heflin (L-84) 
Miles Holladay (L-83) 
Louis Redden (L-84) 

22. Who are approved and appointed as: (indicate for each person the number of years since 
the license was awarded— 11408.2) 

a) Full-time local pastors (H 409.1) and what progress has each made in the course of 
study? (Indicate with an asterisk those who have elected to remain in the local 
relationship.— 11408.2): 
LC Nathan T. Avant, Jr. (L-74) 4% yrs. 
NOH Louis Augustine, Jr. (L-47) comp. 
R Fay Barr-hartung (L-83) 4 yrs. 

R Thomas C. Beeler (L-80) 2% yrs. 

NOS Burnell Bell (L-53) comp. 
M Joe Brown, Jr. (L-66) comp. 

NOS Robert N. Brown (L-79) 3 yrs. 
NOH Gary Cook (L-8 1 ) 3 yrs. 
NOH Percell Church, Sr. (L-81) 2V4 yrs. 
NOS Wesley Cyprian (L-77) 3 yrs. 
BRH Jay Vernon Daigle (L-63) comp. 
BRL Wilbur C. Davis, Sr. (L-73) comp. 
LC Glynn Foreman (L-81) 3 yrs. 
BRL Eddie Francis (L-79) 3 yrs. 
NOS Joseph William Gregg (L-84) BD 
NOH Albert Holland (L-78) 4 yrs. 
LC Robert Hutson (L-82) 3 l A yrs. 
NOS Kenneth Wayne Irby (L-84) BD 
R Frank Jones (L-84) BD 

R Clinton A. Jordan (L-70) comp. 



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NOS R. Laney Kuhn (L-84) 

NOH Han Lee THB 

NOS Alvin Mayo comp. 

LC Douglas Milliron (L-83) 1 yr. 

BRH Marshall C. Paine (L-56) comp. 

S Oscar E. Player (L-79) 4 yrs. 

A Dan C. Simon (L-79) 3 yrs. 

R Gordon L. Smith (L-81) 3% yrs. 

LC Obie J. Southall (L-64) comp. 

NOS Charles P. Strong (L-71) 4 yrs. 

BRL Darryl Tate (L-82) 1 yr. 

b) Part-time local pastors ( 1 409.2) and what progress each has made in the course of 
study? (Indicate with an asterisk those who have elected to remain in the local 
relationship.— 1f 408.2 ): 

BRH Harold Bond Babin (L-64) comp. 

R Ronald Jeffery Easterling (L-84) yr. 

NOS Percy Mac Frazier (L-80) 2 yrs. 

A Herbert Green (L-81) 1 yr. 

M William Stowe Harbin (L-80) 1 V2 yrs. 

NOH Thomas H. Hoover, Jr. (L-80) comp. 

BRL Howard Hudson BD 

R Joseph E. Hunter (L-78) 2 yrs. 

A Alex Johnson (L-65) comp. 

S Donald Johnson (L-81) V2 yr. 

R Donn Maulsby Kurtz (L-75) VA yrs. 

BRL Margaret E. Lilly BD 

M Pete Medak (L-68) comp. 

BRL Lawrence Pate (L-70) comp. 

BRL Fulton A. Raymond (L-83) 1 yr. 

BRL Ernest E. Scott (L-78) 1 V2 yrs. 

BRH Paul Cyr Singletary, Sr. (L-72) comp. 

NOS Louis A. Smith (L-83) 2 yrs. 

A Hurvey Sweazie, Jr. (L-77) 1 V2 yrs. 

NOS Dan Washington (L-69) comp. 

LC Thomas A. Wesley (L-79) 1 V2 yrs. 

R Joseph H. Windham (L-78) 2 yrs. 

NOS Karl Wood BD 

c) Student local pastors (11409.4), and in what schools are they enrolled? 
M Kenneth Bowman (L-83) (Candler) 

A Martin Wesley Corie (L-84) 

LC David DeWitt (Asbury) 

LC Harold Grant (Gammon) 

A Robert E. Hollis (L-76) (Perkins) 

S Willie E. Jackson, Jr. (L-81) (LSU-S) 

A Jennie L. Jones (L-83) (LSU-A) 

M John Locascio (L-82) (Northeastern) 

A Lloyd J. Lowe (L-83) (LSU-A) 

NOS Steven A. Matta (Candler) 

BRL Michael A. Melton (L-84) (LSU) 

BRH Lewis M. Morris (L-80) (Perkins) 

BRH Joseph E. Moore (L-82) (Southeastern) 

BRH Roger E. Mosher (L-78) B.R. Computer Sch. 

R Kurt Oheim (L-82) (La. Tech.) 

NOS John W. Raines (L-81) 



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R Rowland E. Reed (L-84) (La. Tech.) 

NOH Randall B. Scrivener (L-83) (Perkins) 
A Richard O. Teeter (L-83) (Perkins) 

A Jon Tellifero (L-84) (Asbury) 

BRL Ndueso Udoiwod (L-84) (Perkins) 
R Ricky L. Willis (L-83) (Perkins) 

BRL Alphonse Roy Xnoyer (L-84) (McNeese) 
d) Students of other denominations in a school of theology listed by the University 
Senate serving as local pastors (1 408.7)? None 

23. Who have been discontinued as (f 410.1): 

a) Full-time local pastors? 
Robert Allen Townsend BRH 

b) Part-time local pastors? 
McArthur Trijdett NOH 
Charles Stovall R 

c) Student local pastors? 
James Andrew Stockton, Jr. M 

24. What ministers in good standing in other Christian denominations have been approved: 

a) Under the provisions of 11419.1 for service as pastors of charges? 
BRL Beach, Charles D. 

BRL Chapman, Kenneth 

M Harmon, Woodrow 

NOH Harper, William Joseph 

NOH Huff, D. E. 

R Kitchens, Joe Ronald 

NOS Sanson, Riley W. 

A Young, Roy Caroll 

b) Under the provisions of 1f 419.2 for service in ecumenical ministries in which The 
United Methodist Church is involved? None 

25. What ordained ministers of Methodist or United Churches in other Countries, serving as 
missionaries within the bounds of this Annual Conference, are recognized as associate 
members of the conference under the provisions of ( 1f 419.6)? None 

26. Who are elected Associate Members ( 11 420)? 
BRL John Wesley Guyre 

NOH Randall Campbell 
S John Harry Lavo 

27. Who are elected as Probationary Members: 

a) Under the provisions of 11415? 
Mollie S. Clements 

Kathryn Johnson Dauphin 
Doug DeGraffenried 
Melissa Draper 
Richard H. Humphries 
Steven R. Kelly 
Cage McLemore 
Martha M. Orphe 
Steven J. Porter 
Houston Roberts 
James R. Schaub 
Samuel Kemper Smith 
Jayne Trammell Kelly 
Melvin J. Turnage 

b) Under the provisions of 1416.1? None 

c) Under the provisions of If 416.2? None 



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28. Who are continued as Probationary Members, what progress have they made in their 
ministerial studies, and in what year were they admitted to Probationary Membership 
(1111417,424): 

a) As students in approved schools of theology? ( 1 417(1)). 
David Billings (79) New York Theological 
Charles Flowers (80) Perkins 
Curtis Johnson (83) Perkins 
Judy Nelson (83) SBNO 

b) In the advanced ministerial course of study? ( 11417(2)). 
Charles Roper (83) DPH 
Frank Chlastak (77) DPH 
Gary Elliott (82) DPH 

c) Graduates of approved schools of theology serving under full-time appointment 
(1f 424(1)). 
Louis Augustine III (83) 

Leon Boggs (81) 
Ron Dauphin (80) 
Debbie Drash (82) 
David Fortuna (83) 
Heide Kriner (83) 
James Mitchell (83) 
Fred Moore (83) 
John Sadler (82) 
Craig Taylor (77) 
Marta Sanfiel (83) 
Ramon Warren (83) 
Carl Bray (80) 
Stephen Carter (81) 

29. Who have been admitted from other Christian denominations ( 1f 428.2.3): 

a) As Associate Members (1428.2)? None 

b) As Probationary Members ( 11 428.2, .3)? 
Doug DeGraffenried SB 

Houston Roberts SB 
James Schaub SB 
S. Kemper Smith SB 
Melvin J. Turnage Presby 

30. Who are elected as ministerial Members in Full Connection ( 11424)? 
Mark Benge 
L. Patterson Culligan 
Pearl Evans 
Tom Howe 
Julius Jefferson 
Barbara Smith Duke 
Wayne G. Taylor 

31. What Probationary Members, previously discontinued, are readmitted ( 1T450)? None 

32. Who are readmitted (HH451-453): 

a) As Associate Members? None 

b) As Members in Full Connection? 
Elmer Benjamin Fant (11451) 

33. Who are returned to the effective relationship after voluntary retirement ( H 447.7): 

a) As Associate Members? None 

b) As Members in Full Connection? None 



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34. Who have been received by transfer (ff 514.5, 723.2i)? 

Name Conference Date 

James C. Skinner Central Texas 6/84 

Carl K. Bray So. Indiana 6/84 

Lee McKinzie Oklahoma 6/84 

Dale McKinley Haggard Mississippi 6/84 

35. Who are transferred in from other Methodist denominations ( If 428.8)? 

Name Denomination Date 

(Randall Campbell) CME 6/6/84 

36. Who have been elected and ordained deacons (11434): 

a) As Associate Members ( 1 434. 1 )? None 

b) As Probationary Members ( H434.2)? 
Mollie Clements 

Kathryn Dauphin 
Melissa Draper 
Richard Humphries 
Steven Kelly 
Cage McLemore 
Martha Orphe 
Steven Porter 
Jayne Trammell-Kelly 

37. Who have been elected and ordained elders ( 11435): 

a) As theological gradu ates ( U 435. 1 )? 
Mark Benge 

L. Patterson Culligan 
Pearl Evans 
Tom Howe 
Julius Jefferson 
Barbara Smith Duke 
Wayne Taylor 

b) As Probationary Members previously Associate Members ( H 435.2)? None 

38. What ministers, coming from other Christian denominations, have had their orders 
recognized ( 11428.2): 

a) As deacons? None 

b) As elders? 

Doug DeGraffenried, Houston Roberts, James Schaub, S. Kemper Smith, Melvin J. 
Turn age 

39. Who have been elected or ordained as a courtesy to other conferences? 

a) Elected: 

As Associate Members? None 

As Probationary Members? None 

As Members in Full Connection? None 

b) Ordained after election by this conference: 
Deacons? None 

Elders? None 

c) Ordained after election by other conferences: 
Deacons? None 

Elders? None 

40. Who have been transferred out (U 514.5)? 

Name Conference Date 

James F. Comer Memphis 6/6/84 

41. Who are discontinued as Probationary Members ( f448.1)? None 

42. Who have been granted honorable location (11448.2)? 
Lloyd A. Foreman 



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43. 
44. 



45. 



Who have been granted administrative location (H 449.2)? None 

Who have had their conference membership terminated? 

a) By withdrawal to unite with another denomination (UH 448.3, .6)? 

John H. Giles 

S. W. Seals 

By surrender of the ministerial office (Iff 448.4, .6)? None 

By withdrawal under complaints or charges (HU 448.5, .6; 2626.2)? None 

By trial (112624.3)? None 
Deceased: 
a) What Associate Members have died during the year? 

Effective: 



b) 
c) 
d) 







Year Received 


Date of 


Date of 


into Associate 


Birth 


Death 


Membership 


8- 3-27 


2-17-84 


1971 



Name 

George Martin Alfred 
Retired: None 

b) What Probationary Members have died during the year? None 

c) What Members in Full Connection have died during the year? 
Effective: 



Name 

Talmage Wayne Perrott 
Retired: 



Name 

B. Paul Durbin 
William Earl Hotalen 
William Ferrell Pledger 
John B. Shearer 
Frank Stage 



Date of 
Birth 

8-26-27 



Date of 
Birth 

10-26-03 
9-22-97 
5-29-10 
9-14-99 
6-19-49 



Date of 
Death 

7-19-83 



Date of 
Death 

7- 8-83 
7- 7-83 
1-19-84 
2-21-84 
4-22-84 



Year Received 

into Full 

Connection 

1953 

Year Received 

into Full 

Connection 

1932 
1920 
1966 
1927 
1949 



d) What local pastors have died during the year? None 

46. Who are the ministers on leave of absence and for what number of years consecutively has 
each held this relation (11444)? 

Name Number of Years 

Richard O. Beckham, III (PM) NOS (5) 

Forest N. Blount M (3) 

Frieda Brown (PM) BRL (3) 

Paul Curtis Carroll, Jr. (PM) S (2) 

E. Eugene Kimble (AM) LC ( 1 ) 

Helen Ploegsma Marcussen NOS (1) 

James A. Richardson, Jr. S (3) 

Jay R. Rogers (PM) A (4) 

Mary Sloan (PM) NOS ( 1 ) 

Jerry VanHoosen (PM) NOS (2) 

Gilbert H. Wade, Jr. BRH ( 1 ) 

Paul L. Wesley (PM) NOH (3) 

Lorris M. Wimberly, Jr. BRH (4) 

Carol Susan Winn NOS ( 1 ) 

47. Who are granted sabbatical leave ( 11 442)? None 



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48. What actions have been taken concerning disabled ordained ministers and local pastors 
(11446)? 

a) What ordained ministers were granted disability leave since the last Annual 
Conference session (f 446.2)? 

D.Dale Lyons 9/1/83 

b) What ordained ministers have had their disability leave terminated since the last 
conference session ( 1J446.5)? None 

c) What ordained ministers are granted disability leave at this session (11446.1)? 
Raymond Delaughter (2) 

Sidney Earl Irving (6) 
D. Dale Lyons (2) 
Lewis E. Milem AM (11) 

d) What local pastors have been recommended by the Joint Committee on Disability for 
disability benefits during the ensuing year? None 

49. What Members in Full Connection have been retired (11447): 

a) This year? 

Beverly E. Bond E. Elmer Malone 

Robert E. Carter Jerry A. Means 

John H. Casey Merlin W. Merrill 

Jack Cooke Kenneth G. Rorie 

Robert B. Crichlow Samuel W. Walker (effective 1 1 / 1 /84) 

Oakley E. Edwards 

b) Previously? 

See Journal, Section V 

50. What Associate Members have been retired (11447): 

a) This Year? 
Leo L. Beck 

Ernest Adam Franklin 
Boyd Hood 
Cecil C. Mims 

b) Previously? 

See Journal, Section V 

51. Who have been recognized as retired local pastors (11410.5): 

a) This year? 
Juan Sanfiel 

b) Previously? 

See Journal, Section V 

52. a) What local pastors are granted pension credit on account of approved full-time 

service during the past year ( f 1706.3b)? 

Albert Holland (L-78) 3 yrs. 

Robert Hutson (L-82) 2Va yrs. 

Clinton Anthony Jordan (L-70) (Comp.) 

John H. Lavo (L-70) 3% yrs. 

Han Lee (THB) 

Cage McLemore (M.B.) 

Alvin Mayo (Comp.) 

Marshall Comeaux Paine (L-56) (Comp.) 

Juan Sanfiel (B.D.) 

Dan Columbus Simon (L-79) 2 yrs. 

Gordon L. Smith (L-81) 2 l A yrs. 

Louis A. Smith (L-82) 1 yr. 

Charles P. Stovall (L-82) 

Obie Jacob Southall (L-64) (Comp.) 

Robert Allen Town send (L-47) (Comp.) 



LC 


Nathan T. Avant, Jr. (L-77) 


NOH 


R 


Fay Barr-hartung (L-83) 


LC 


R 


Thomas Carl Beeler (L-80) 2 yrs. 


R 


NOS 


Burnell Bell (L-53) (Comp.) 


S 


M 


Joe Brown, Jr. (L-66) (Comp.) 


NOH 


NOS 


Robert Nelson Brown (L-79) 


M 


NOH 


Percell Church, Sr. (L-80) 1% yrs 


.NOS 


NOH 


Gary Cook (L-81) 2 yrs. 


BRH 


BRH 


Jay Vernon Daigle (L-63) (Comp.)NOS 


R 


Elmer B. Fant (H.L.) (B.D.) 


LC 


LC 


Glynn Foreman (L-81) 2 yrs. 


R 


BRL 


Eddie Francis (L-79) 2 yrs. 


NOS 


BRL 


John Guyre (Comp.) 


R 


NOS 


Wesley Cyprian (L-77) 2 yrs. 


BRL 


A 


Robert E. Hollis 1 yr. 


BRH 



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b) What ministers of other Christian denominations, qualifying under the provisions of 
11419.1, are granted pension credit on account of approved full-time service during 
the past year (11 1706.3c)? None 

53. Changes in ministerial membership: What is the number of ordained ministers: 

a) Elected as Associate Members? (26) 3 

b) Elected as Probationary Members? (27a, b, c) 14 

c) Admitted from other Christian denominations? (29a,b) 5 

d) Elected as Members in Full Connection? (30) 7 

e) Readmitted? (31, 32a, b) 1 

f) Retired made effective? (33a, b) 

g) Transferred in? (34, 35) 5 
h) Transferred out? (40) 1 

i) Discontinued as Probationary Members? (41)0 

j) Honorably located? (42) 1 

k) Administratively located? (43) 

1) Withdrawn? (44a, b, c) 2 

m) Terminated by trial? (44d) 

n) Deceased? (45a, b, c) 7 

54. What is the number of: 

a) Pastoral charges? 338 

b) Local churches? 585 

55. What is the number of ministerial members of the Annual Conference? 



Categories 



Members in 
Full Connection 



Probationary 
Members 



Associate 
Members 



Full-Time 
Local Pastors 



Pastors and District 
Superintendents 



216 



26 



17 



34 



Appointment Beyond 
the Local Church: Within 
United Methodist 
Connectional Structures, 
Excluding District 
Superintendents 



(68a) 


20 


3 







Appointments Beyond 
the Local Church: 
Extension Ministries 
(68b) 


17 


4 


1 




Appointments Beyond 
the Local Church: Other 
Valid Ministries (68c) 


11 










Appointments to Attend 
School (68d) 


2 


9 







On Leave of Absence (46) 


5. 


8 


1 




On Sabbatical Leave (47) 













On Disability Leave (48c) 


4 










Retired (49, 50) 


129 


3 


20 




Total Number, 
Ministerial Members 


400 


52 


39 


34 


Grand Total, All 
Conference Ministerial 
Members 


526 









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56. What is the number of: 

a) Local pastors (other than full-time under appointment)? (22b, c, d, 48d, 51a, b) 47 

b) Ministers of other denominations approved for service as pastors of charges? (24a) 8 

c) Ministers of other denominations serving in ecumenical ministries, with credentials 
certified as being at least equal to those of associate members? (24b) 

d) Retired members of other conferences or other denominations serving as pastors of 
charges? 



PART III. DIACONAL MINISTERS 

57. Who are consecrated this year as diaconal ministers (11 307)? None 

58. Who are reinstated as diaconal ministers (11313.4)? None 

59. Who are transferred in as diaconal ministers (11312)? None 

60. What diaconal ministers have been granted leaves of absence ( 11 3 13.1): 

a) Since the last session of the Annual Conference? None 

b) At this session of the Annual Conference? Norma Garlington (1983) 

61. Who are transferred out as diaconal ministers (11312)? None 

62. Who have had their conference relationship as diaconal ministers terminated by Annual 
Conference action (11313.3)? None 

63. Who have taken the retired relationship to the Annual Conference as diaconal ministers 
(11313.2): 

a) This year? None 

b) Previously? None 

64. What diaconal ministers have died during the year? 

a) Effective: None 

b) Retired: None 

PART IV. MINISTERIAL APPOINTMENTS AND 
CONCLUDING BUSINESS 

65. Who are approved for appointment to less than full-time service, what is the total number 
of years for which such approval has been granted to each, and for what fraction of 
full-time service (in one-quarter increments) is approval granted (for purposes of 
equitable salary claim and pension credit) (H H 437.2, 438.3b, 1706.4b)? 

Name Total Years Fraction of Time 

Donald R. Avery 4 75% 

Pearl W. Evans 1 50% 

Richard H. Harry 4 75% 

L. L. Haynes, Jr. 4 75% 

Freddie C. Henderson 2 75% 

Russell L. Jones 4 75% 

George L. Thomas 4 50% 

Robert Williams 4 50% 

66. What changes have been made in appointments since the last Annual Conference session? 

Date 

7- 7-83 

7- 7-83 
7- 7-83 
7- 7-83 
7- 7-83 



Name 




Change 


James Robert Woodward 


From: 


Leave of Absence 




To: 


Mathews-Bayou Blue 


Shadrech Wesley Seals 


From: 


Mathews-Bayou Blue 




To: 


Crew Lake-Reveille 


Asa Richard Poss 


From: 


Crew Lake-Reveille 




To: 


Maplewood 


James Walter Jones 


From: 


Maplewood 




To: 


Palestine-Pleasant Grove 


Jerry Akin Means 


From: 


Palestine-Bethel 




To: 


Leave of Absence 



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Isaac Alphonso Patton 



James William Wilson 



Curtis Johnson 



Charles David Beach 



Denver Dale Lyons 



William Vincent Sirman 



Melvin Joseph Turn age 
Paul Curtis Carroll, Jr. 
Robert John Wagener 
David George Trickett 



Michael Anthony Milton 



Local Pastor 7- 7-83 

Verdunville, Fitzgerald 

Other Denomination 7-12-83 

Aurora (Associate) 

Retired Relationship 8-21-83 

Beekman 

Retired Relationship 9- 1-83 

St. Paul-St. James 

St. Paul-St. James 9- 1-83 

Wesley 

Other Denomination 9-15-83 

Lottie-Rosedale-Krotz Springs 

Lottie-Rosedale-Krotz Springs 9-15-83 

Disability Leave 

Retired Relationship 9-15-83 

First, Lafayette (Associate) 

Other Denomination 9-15-83 

Napoleon Avenue 

Christ (Associate) 10- 1-83 

Leave of Absence 

Tulane University Campus Ministry 1- 1-84 

Special Appointment-Univ. San Diego 

North Baton Rouge 2-15-84 

Tulane University Campus Ministry 

Student Local Pastor 2-15-84 

North Baton Rouge 



To: 

67. Where are the preachers stationed for the ensuing year? 
See Journal - Section VIII 

68. What ordained ministers are appointed beyond the local church for the ensuing year: 
439). 

a) Within the connectional structures of United Methodism ( 11 439. la, c)? 
See Journal, Section VIII 

b) To extension ministries ( H 439.1b, c)? 
See Journal, Section VIII 

c) To other valid ministries under the provisions of 1 439.1d? 
See Journal, Section VIII 

d) To attend school ( 11 439. 1 e)? 
Associate Members: None 
Probationary Members: 
David DeWitt 

Curtis Johnson 

Mollie S. Clements 

Jayne Trammell-Kelly 

Alfred Blakewell, III 

Steven J. Porter 

Steven Kelly 

Randy Scrivener 

John Van Dickens 

Members in Full Connection: 

L. Deen Thompson - - Vanderbilt 

Kathy Clark-Dickens - Candler 

69. Where are the diaconal ministers appointed for the ensuing year ( 310)? 
Marsha Gayle Alexander Dir. of Rel. Educ. University (LC) 
Barbara C. Einsel Dir. of Christian Ed., Jeff. (BRH) 
Barbara Garcia Children's Coordinator, GBD (M) 



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Joaquinn Garcia Dir. Conf. Re/Div. of Diac. Min. Nashv. (M) 

Norma K. Garlington Guidance Counselor, Merryville H. S. (LC) 

Lylln Guth Dir. of Christian Ed., Munholland (NOS) 

Sidney Montegudo Dir. of Christian Ed., Zachary (BRH) 

Doris Pennington Sheppard Dir. of Christian Ed., St. Paul's (M) 

70. What other personal notations should be made? None 

71. Where shall the next Conference Session be held? 

Centenary College and First United Methodist Church, Shreveport, LA 
(NOTE: Questions 14, 52, and the portion of Question 68 dealing with pension credit or annuity 
claims need not be completed for Annual Conference sessions held after January 1, 1982.) 



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VIII Appointments 

ALEXANDRIA DISTRICT 

District Superintendent William F. Mayo 5 

Alexandria: 

First Tracy R. Arnold 5 

First, Associate Kent A. Kilbourne 3 

First, Associate Larry Donald Norman 2 

First, Associate Fred Flurry R 7 

First, Min. of Education Carl K. Bray 1 

Horseshoe Drive John M. Lee 5 

Newman-St. Mark's Alonzo J. Campbell 5 

Trinity-MacArthur Dr James W. Jones 1 

Wilton-Wesley Charles L. Washington 2 

Ball-Clear Creek-Springhill (Finas P. Corie R) 1 

Bethel John Sayes R 2 

Boyce, First-Lahey Chapel-Sieper (Jennie P. Jones SLP) 2 

Union-Macedonia (Herbert Green PTLP) 3 

Bunkie: 

David Haas Mem.-Evergreen-White Chap Larry D. O'Dell 3 

Wesley-Marshall-Simpson-St. Marks (Hurvey Sweazie, Jr. PTLP) 7 

Colfax-Hollins Chapel Leon A. Boggs 2 

Eden T.B.S. 

Glenmora-Fellowship-Forest Hill-Melder Gary L. Elliott 1 

Jena, Nolley Memorial-Belah Paul C. Carroll, Sr. 3 

Jonesville Sherman L. Beird 3 

Lecompte-Bayou Chicot- Cheneyville John M. Downs 3 

Marksville-Oak Grove-Simmesport Stephen R. Williamson 1 

Marthaville-Beulah Abe M. Conerly R 4 

Montgomery-Mt. Zion-Atlanta-St. Maurice C. Jeffrey Duke 1 

Mt. Zion-Emman.-St. Paul, Cam.-St. Paul, Ch (Alex Johnson PTLP) 1 

Natchitoches: 

Asbury- Williams Chapel-St. Marks (Dan C. Simon LP) 2 

College Avenue-Campti T.B.S. 

First C. Richard Hoffpauir 5 

Oak Grove (Martin Corie SLP) 2 

Olla-Tullos (Roy Carroll Young OD) 1 

Palestine-Pleasant Grove Steven D. Bearden 1 

Pineville, First Jimmie D. Pyles 1 

Pollock-Liberty Chapel-Selma (Lloyd J. Lowe SLP) 3 

Provencal- Weaver Jolly B. Harper R 10 

Trout, Justiss Mem-Urania Minns Robertson R 2 

Winnfield-Couley Michael D. McLaurin 1 

BATON ROUGE-HAMMOND DISTRICT 

District Superintendent Kenneth R. Reed 3 

Amite-Independence Robert L. Burgess 4 

Baker John Howard Sewell 10 

Associate John H. Sewell R 10 

Baton Rouge: 

Broadmoor Henry C. Blount, Jr. 6 

Broadmoor, Associate Lee McKinzie 1 

Broadmoor, Associate John Ed Dilworth 3 



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Francis Asbury James W. Spitzkeit 3 

Hughes Mem.-Macedonia- Andrews Ch William J. Miller 1 5 

Ingleside Fred O. Shirley 5 

Jefferson Alan D. Einsel 4 

Jordan-LeJeune Freddie C. Henderson 6 

North Baton Rouge (Jack K. Luttrell LP) 1 

St. Andrew's Fred B. Wideman 4 

St. John Grayson B. Watson 1 

St. Luke's James F. Comer 1 

St. Paul-Deerford John C. Coker 3 

Winbourne-Istrouma Edward O. Pickens 4 

Beech Grove (Edward Lewis Berry R) 4 

Bethel-Magnolia Tommy R. Bergeron, Sr. 5 

Blackwater R. Larry Stafford 1 

Blackwater, Associate J. Pennington Morgan 1 

Carpenter's Chapel (Steven M. Smart SLP) 1 

Clinton: 

Mt. Zion-St. Paul (W. R. Lafayette) 6 

St. Peter-Moses Chapel-Jackson Chapel (Oscar Brown PTLP) 1 

Wall Memorial-Clear Creek Larry Robertson 1 

Concord-New Hope T.B.S. 

Center-Darlington (Paul Singletary, Sr. PTLP) 4 

Day's Boyd Hood R 1 

Denham Springs, First Lonnie M. Sibley 3 

Roberts-St. Luke Clarence L. Hillard 13 

Faithful-New River (Jay V. Daigle LP) 9 

Friendship-Corbin Troy E. Boyd, Jr. 2 

Hammond-First, Tickfaw Angus L. Carruth 4 

Gonzales-Meadows Chapel Richard R. Meek 2 

Greensburg- Wesley Chapel Wallace P. Blackwood 3 

Jackson-Ethel Joe A. Hoover 2 

Kentwood-Mt. Hermon (Clinton A. Jordan LP) 1 

Live Oak Brady B. Forman 1 

Livingston-James Chapel-Mangum Chapel (Lewis M. Morris, Jr., FJTLP) 3 

Loranger-Cooper's Chapel (Percy MacFrazier PTLP) 1 

Pine Grove-Montpelier T.B.S. 

Norwood, Asbury-Mt. Carmel- Wesley (Joseph E. Moore PTLP) 1 

St. Francisville-Tunica (Harold Babin PTLP) 13 

Slaughter-Bluff Creek (Marshall C. Paine) 3 

Tangipahoa-Pine Ridge Ned Stout R 2 

Walker Mark R. Martin 1 

Zachary, First John David Corley 1 

BATON ROUGE -LAFAYETTE DISTRICT 

District Superintendent Moses T. Jackson, Sr. 5 

Abbeville-Pecan Island Mark Meier 5 

Baton Rouge: 

Camphor Memorial George W. C. Calvin 16 

First J. Woodrow Hearn 1 1 

First, Associate Donald C. Cottrill 6 

First, Minister of Youth Willis W. Dear 7 

First, Minister of Music Franklin Poole 2 

First, Associate J. Albert Trickett 6 

Neely-Hartzell Donald R. Avery 13 



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St. Mark Kenneth M. Fisher 5 

Wesley Leonard L. Haynes, Jr. 25 

William B. Reily Memorial University J. p. Woodland 5 

Wm. B. Reily Mem. Univ., Associate Kenneth M. Carroll 7 

Franklin: 

Asbury-Trinity : . Major M. Goldman 2 

First-McGowan Ira M. Robinson 5 

Grand River-Donaldsonville, First (Darryl A. Tate LP) 2 

St. Peter, DVille-St. James, Bell Rose (Bernard Smith) 4 

Indian Bayou-Kaplan (John W. Guyre) 3 

St. Paul-Briggs-Mt. Zion (Marshall Wesley) 6 

St. Peter-Godman John D. Sadler 1 

Lafayette: 

Asbury L. Ray Branton 6 

Asbury, Associate Weldon Bares 5 

Asbury, Associate Charles R. Langford 3 

Davidson Memorial-Lydia, Allen Wayne Evans 6 

First Dan Tohline 2 

First, Associate William V. Sirman R 2 

Church of the Covenant Calvin O. Lapuyade 2 

Mallalieu-St. James Howard L. Milo 1 

Lottie-Rosedale-Krotz Springs (Charles D. Beach OD) 2 

Melville-Palmetto (Kenneth Chapman OD) 12 

New Iberia, First Hugh L. Baker 1 

New Roads, First T.B.S. 

St. Paul-Scott Chapel (Fulton A. Raymond, Sr. PTLP) 2 

Opelousas: 

La. Memorial-Port Barre William M. McCutcheon 4 

St. Mark Henry Gage 8 

Plaquemine, First George B. Cunningham 8 

Hurst Chapel-St. Luke (Thomas Wesley PTLP) 1 

Mallalieu-Mt. Zion (Walter Barabin R) 5 

St. Paul-St. James J. W. Wilson R 2 

St. Peter-Green-Wiley (Ernest E. Scott PTLP) 5 

Scott Chapel-Shiloh W. C. August 16 

Verdunville, Fitzgerald (Lawrence H. Pate PTLP) 2 

LAKE CHARLES DISTRICT 

District Superintendent Woodrow W. Smith 1 

Cameron, Wakefield-Grand Chenier Edwin H. House, Jr. 2 

Church Point-Maxie-Ville Platte (Nathan T. Avant LP) 7 

Crowley, First W. Spiller Milton 1 

DeQuincy, First Robert E. Townsend 1 

DeRidder: 

First Clyde W. Averett 1 

Wesley-Merryville William G. Willson 1 

Elizabeth-Hopewell-Pine Grove Heaton B. Crammer R 1 

Eunice, First-Iota William A. Rowell, Jr. 3 

Fairview-Sweetlake Donald R. Morgan 2 

Guyedan (Joe L. Rountree) 2 

Iowa, First-Hayes, A.A. Bernard Mem (Robert D. Hutson LP) 3 

Jennings: 

First Larry Maddin 1 



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Trinity (J. David Strozier) 

Kinder-Oberlin-Basile Franklin J. Chlastak 

Lake Arthur A. Swendell Hodges, Jr. 

Lake Charles: 

First J. Henry Bowdon, Jr. 

First, Associate James R. Schaub 

First, Minister of Visitation Carl F. Lueg R 

Oak Park Steven W. Caraway 

St. Luke-Simpson Charles B. Simmons 

University DeWitt M. Ginn 

University, Associate Heide Kriner 

Warren Richard H. Harry 

Leesville: 

First-Holly Grove Lewis L. Olmsted 

Mt. Zion-Macedonia (Obie J. Southall LP) 

Moss Bluff (Glynn L. Foreman LP) 

Oakdale-Pine Prairie Gary L. Van Horn 

Florien, Prospect-Hornbeck John B. Koelemay R 

Ragley, Squyres Cecil C. Mims R 

Raymond-Elton (Douglas E. Milliron LP) 

Rayne, Centenary-Ebenezer-Branch Douglas R. Foreman 

Roanoke-Crowley, Wesley (Homer V. Bailes) 

Sulphur: 

Henning Memorial Robert L. Potter 

Henning Mem., Associate D. W. Poole R 

Maplewood (A. Richard Poss) 

Wesley-Hackberry Carolyn P. Brannon 

Vinton, Welsh Memorial Raymond M. Crofoot 

Welsh: 

First M. C. Cady 

Jones-Mallalieu-Trinity (Eddie Francis LP) 

Westlake Theo S. Standley 

MONROE DISTRICT 

District Superintendent Douglas L. McGuire 

Baskin-Union Woodrow W. Bevill R 

Bastrop: 

First-Collinston William D. Peeples 

Memorial-Mer Rouge Garland C. Dean, Jr. 

Beekman Isaac A. Patton, Jr. R 

Columbia-Hebert John L. Vining 

Crew Lake-Reveille T.B.S. 

Delhi J. R. Scott- Welch 

Epps-Floyd-Pioneer (John Locascio SLP) 

Ferriday-Clayton J. C. Skinner 

Grayson-Kelly B. Ramon Warren 

Kilbourne-Locust Grove Houston C. Roberts 

Lake Providence Paul W. Carter 

Mangham-Crowville C. Wayne Flowers 

Monroe: 

First Kirby A. Vining 

First, Associate Charles L. Floyd, Jr. 

Memorial Byrd L. Terry 

St. James-Mount Olive (Woodrow Harmon OD) 



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St. Mark's-Little Creek M. Ray Holt 4 

St. Paul Robert S. Murray R 7 

St. Paul's W. Dwight Ramsey 2 

Southside Lea Joyner 33 

Southside, Associate Richard L. Behling 1 

Oak Grove-Forest George H. Sherman, Jr. 5 

Oak Ridge James E. Wilson 9 

Rayville-Holly Ridge Burton F. Blair 1 

St. Andrew's-Bartholomew (Thomas A. Wilson) 3 

St. Joseph -Waterproof- Wesley Hulen C. Warren 2 

Sicily Island-Harrisonburg William H. Willis 1 

Tallulah Larry G. Miller 2 

Vidalia David F. Fortuna 1 

Washington Circuit (Joe Brown LP) 16 

West Monroe: 

Asbury (Lionel J. Marcel) 2 

Claiborne-Willhite James E. Constable 2 

Drew M. Jack O'Dell 1 

First Harry A. Harrington, Jr. 1 

First, Associate Kibbie H. Behling 3 

McGuire J. Roddy Taylor 2 

Woodlawn (Pete J. Medak PTLP) 10 

Winnsboro-Gilbert Tom O. Crosby, Jr. 1 

Wisner-Boeuf Prairie Mark B. Benge 1 

NEW ORLEANS-HOUMA DISTRICT 

District Superintendent William C. Blakely 5 

Berwick James W. Mitchell 1 

Buras, Trinity-Hope Chapel Lillard R. Bevill 4 

Golden Meadow-Grand Isle Jerry M. James 1 

Houma: 

First, Co-Pastor Carole Cotton-Winn 7 

First, Co-Pastor John Winn 7 

Houma Hts.-Clanton Chapel-Pecan Grove (Gary N. Cook LP) 1 

Wesley-Mt. Vernon T.B.S. 

Luling-St. John Timothy E. Lawson 1 

St. James, Hahnville (Louis Augustine, Jr. PTLP) 2 

Mathews-Bayou Blue James R. Woodward 2 

Morgan City: 

Pharr Chapel J. Vernon Fairley 4 

Walmsley-Mason (Donald Barrie) 1 

Napoleonville, Wesley-Woodlawn (Albert Holland LP) 6 

New Orleans: 

Algiers, First W. Ed Parks 2 

Asbury-St. Matthew William L. Jones 4 

Aurora Byrl J. Moreland 3 

Aurora, Associate Doug deGraffenreid 2 

Belle Chasse-St. James John Scarf 1 

Boynton O. W. Christopher R 7 

Carrollton Leland D. Wade 3 

First Street Abraham E. Davis 1 1 

First Street, Associate Robert S. Taylor R 1 

Gretna > Ray Rolon Spiller 3 

Haven Russell L. Jones 7 






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Jefferson-Christ Cleveland B. Herr, Jr. 

Kenner, First Robert R. Miller 

Messiah Kathy H. Henderson 

Ross-Thomas (Burnell Bell LP) 

Korean Han Lee 

Mount Zion Alfred L. Norris 

Mount Zion, Associate Randall Campbell 

Napoleon Avenue Melvin J. Turnage 

Parker Memorial (Dwight E. Huff LP) 

Peck Julius Jefferson 

Peoples (Percell Church, Sr. LP) 

Philips Memorial-Shaw Temple Alfred Pollar 

Rayne Memorial Clyde C. Frazier, Jr. 

Rayne Mem., Associate (Henry W. Dorsey RLP) 

Rayne Mem., Associate Stephen C. Fleming 

St. Matthew's George A. Duerson 

St. Paul Luther W. Taylor 

Trinity Robert F. Harrington R 

Wesley Nathaniel Williams R 

Williams (Thomas A. Hoover, Jr. PTLP) 

Patterson-Bayou Vista (John W. Raines LP) 

Thibodaux: 

First-Vacherie-Gibson Steven M. Spurlock 3 

Calvary-Magnolia Louis L. Streams 4 

NEW ORLEANS-SLIDELL DISTRICT 

District Superintendent Stone W. Caraway 2 

Angie: 

Wesley Ray-Live Oak-Mary's Chapel (Robert Nelson Brown LP) 5 

Bogalusa: 

Elizabeth Sullivan Memorial Eddie E. Morgan 1 

Thirkield-Harry's Chapel (Wesley Cyprian LP) 3 

Chalmette: 

St. Bernard-Arabi (Robert W. Peterson) 3 

Covington: 

First Edwin J. Barksdale 9 

Fitzgerald-Waldheim Claude E. Barron 1 

Franklinton: 

Centenary-Fisher Robert I. Galatas 2 

Winan-Hays Chapel Terrence S. August 5 

Gonzales: 

St. Landry (Dan Washington PTLP) 3 

Hammond: 

Wesley Chapel William M. Jacocks 1 1 

Lacombe Kathryn J. Dauphin 1 

LaPlace: 

Lasseigne Richard C. Hebert 2 

Lutcher (Riley Sanson, Jr. OD) 1 

Lutcher Chapel-St. James Robert Williams 5 

Mandeville: 

St. Timothy-on-the-North Shore M. Eugene Finnell 5 

Metairie: 

Metairie Richard Dorsey Gillespie, Jr. 2 

Munholland Joe W. McClain 5 

Munholland, Associate (Charles Strong LP) 1 



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New Orleans: 

Bethany Roger D. Lathan 5 

Brooks T.B.S. 

First Bob L. Lawton 1 

Gentilly (Joseph William Gregg LP) 1 

Grace William R. London, Jr. 2 

Hartzell-Ray Ave (James S. Davidson) 9 

LaHarpe-Thompson Andrew J. Douglas 17 

Lake Vista Donice W. Alverson 13 

St. Andrew-N.O. East Douglas L. Cain 2 

St. Luke's James O. Evans 4 

St. Mark's-Felicity Millicent C. Feske 3 

St. Philip Roger J. Transpers 1 

Spanish Speaking Ministry Marta Sanfiel 1 

Trinity-John Wesley Mickey D. Stringfield 3 

Pearl River: 

Pearl River-Talisheek Ronald D. Dauphin 1 

Ponchatoula: 

First-Lee's Landing William I. Eubanks 2 

First, Lee's Landing, Associate S. Burl Dampier R 4 

Slidell: 

Aldersgate Thomas A. Dunbar 1 

Aldersgate, Associate Thomas L. Howe 3 

First Sale T. Lilly 4 

First, Associate (Kenneth Wayne Irby LP) 1 

First, Associate James W. Ailor R 5 

Hartzell Mt. Zion-Newell J. D.V. Hamilton, Jr. 6 

Springfield: 

First, Huffs Chapel-Maurepas (R. Laney Kuhn LP) 1 

St. James-Ninde Chapel (Louis A. Smith PTLP) 2 

Varnado: 
Varnado-Sun-Bush T.B.S. 

RUSTON DISTRICT 

District Superintendent Donald J. Hall 2 

Ansley William M. Stokes, Jr. 25 

Arcadia-Mt. Mariah Terry C. Willis 1 

Athens-Crossroads (Ronald Easterling PTLP) 1 

Bernice-Beech Grove-Summerfield (John R. Oldham) 3 

BienvUle-Mill Creek-Strange (Rowland Reed SLP) 1 

Calhoun-Beulah-Indian Village (Joe R. Kitchens OD) 2 

Chatham-Centerpoint (Thomas C. Beeler LP) 3 

Choudrant-Douglas Brenda Layman 4 

Clay-Sanders Chapel T.B.S. 

Concord Frederick Mead R 2 

Cotton Valley-Pleasant Valley Fred B. Moore 1 

Downsville-Bethel-Mt. Nebo (H. Austin Smith) 3 

Doyline-Sibley T.B.S. 

Dubach Merlin W. Merrill R 1 

Eros-Antioch William B. Shaw R 3 

Farmerville Lester N. Nance 4 

Gibsland-Oak Grove (Fay Barr-hartung LP) 3 

Harmony Chapel-Lisbon -Arizona Cleburne W. Quaid R 6 

Haynesville-Shongaloo Louis M. Coppage, Jr. 4 

Heflin-Brushwood (S. Alvin Mayo LP) 1 



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Hodge-Dodson-New Hope Douglas L. Davis 1 

Homer- Wesley Chapel Terral T. Lowe 6 

Jonesboro Arthur M. Baker 1 

Marion-Bird's Chapel Elmer B. Fant 3 

Mclntyre (Donn M. Kurtz PTLP) 3 

Minden: 

First James M. Poole 5 

First, Associate (Joe E. Hunter PTLP) 2 

First, Associate (Ricky Willis SLP) 1 

Lakeview August E. Aamodt 4 

Pine Grove-Bethlehem (Joseph H. Windham PTLP) 1 

Quitman-Faith (Gordon L. Smith, Sr. LP) 3 

Ringgold-Castor-Grand Bayou (Joe D. Solomon) 4 

Ruston: 

Trinity Chris H. Andrews 1 

Trinity, Associate James R. McLelland 3 

Trinity, Associate M. Roily Walker 6 

Grace-Wesley Chapel James H. Humphreys 5 

Simsboro-Salem-Antioch Cage M. McLemore 1 

Springhill-Sarepta Charles B. Humphreys 1 

Whitehall-Colquitt-Evergreen (W. Paul Cassels R) 9 

SHREVEPORT DISTRICT 

District Superintendent W. Odell Simmons 3 

Benton Charles B. Roper 3 

Belcher L. Gray Wilson R 3 

Blanchard John R. Johns 4 

Bossier City: 

Barksdale (Richard O. Teeter SLP) 1 

First James L. Adams 3 

St. Stephen's Roy E. Mouser 4 

Bradford-Pilgrim's Rest T.B.S. 

Coushatta- Wesley Thomas J. Logan 1 

Cross Roads-Hall Summit (Donald Johnson PTLP) 3 

Fairview-McDonald-New Light-Providence (Oscar E. Player PTLP) 7 

Greenwood-Bethany (John Lavo LP) 3 

Hosston-Gilliam Richard Humphries 1 

Ida Robert E. Carter R 1 

Keatchie-Shiloh T.B.S. 

Logansport-Bethel Edward C. Henkel 1 

Longstreet-Stonewall Robert E. Taylor 12 

Love Chapel-Haughton Rupert D. Coles 2 

Mansfield-Grand Cane C. Gerald Richardson 1 

Many-Bayou Scie (George A. McVay) 3 

Mooringsport-Oil City Daniel M. Grove, Jr. 1 1 

Plain Dealing-Walker's Chapel Clarence B. Krumnow R 3 

Pleasant Hill-Mitchell-Pelican Dorothy McGowen 1 

Pleas. Vall.-Mt. Zion-Bonchest-St. Matt (Willie Jackson SLP) 4 

Rosa-Taylor's Chapel-James Ch-Haskin's T.B.S. 

Vivian-Rodessa William E. Nolan 3 

Shreveport: 

Broadmoor H. Warren Blakeman 3 

Broadmoor, Associate Deborah Drash 3 

Broadmoor, Associate James W. Matthews R 7 

Broadmoor, Associate George F. Pearce, Jr. R 3 



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Caddo Heights-Keithville John N. Williams 1 

Cedar Grove Marie P. Williams 1 

Christ Jack S. Winegeart 1 

Christ, Associate S. Kemper Smith 1 

Ellerbe Road Benedict A. Galloway R 2 

Fairfield-Jewella Louis Augustine, III 1 

First D. L. Dykes, Jr. 31 

First, Associate James W. Moore 13 

First, Associate Carl E. Rhoads, III 10 

First, Associate W. D. Boddie R 2 

Johnson Chapel-Mt. Zion (Manuel Henderson OD) 1 

Lakeview Howard B. Childs 3 

Mangum Lael S. Jones 2 

Morningside Lynn W. Merrill 3 

Noel W. O. Lynch, Jr. 2 

Noel, Associate Dale McKinley Haggard 1 

Noel, Associate Fred W. Schwendimann R 5 

North Highlands Robert W. Bengston 2 

St. James-Round Grove James A. Graham 6 

St. Luke's Donald K. McDowell 3 

St. Paul Nathan Daniels, Jr. 8 

Summer Grove John M. Braden 5 

Summer Grove, Associate Robert B. Crichlow, Sr. R 1 

Trinity E. J. Martin 3 

Wynn (Harold W. Longfellow) 14 

Wesley-Shady Grove George L. Thomas 14 

Zwolle-Converse-Noble Stephen P. Carter 1 

SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS WITHIN CONNECTIONAL STRUCTURE 

Director of Financial Affairs James J. Caraway 6 

Director of Special Ministries Samuel W. Walker 5 

Director of Council on Ministries Harvey G. Williamson 3 

Director of Communications A. Elwood Fleming 2 

Conference Youth Coordinator Leland Patterson Culligan 3 

Assoc. Prof, of Phil. & Rel. Studies SMU Benjamin A. Petty 32 

Prof./Teaching Min., Iliff Sch. Th Clarence H. Snelling, Jr. 21 

Direcor of Admissions, Perkins Sch SMU Linn C. Richardson 3 

Prof, of Social Ethics, Candler Sch. Th Theodore R. Weber 27 

Off. of Fid. Serv., BGM Nat. Div James E. Christie 6 

President, Cent. Coll. Shreveport Donald A. Webb 8 

T. L. James Professor of Rel. Cent. Coll Webb D. Pomeroy 32 

Chap. & Asso. Prof, of Rel Robert Ed Taylor 24 

Assoc. Pro. of Chr. Ed. & Ch. of Dep. Rel. Cent Donald G. Emler 8 

Dir. CSC Program, Cent. Coll Herbert M. Scott 7 

Chaplain, Dillard University Leslie P. Norris 10 

Exec. Dir. La. Interchurch Conf. James L. Stovall 9 

SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS TO EXTENSION MINISTRIES 

Exec. Sec. Off. of Tech. Asst. Natl GBGM David Billings 4 

Wesley Com. Ctr., Atlanta, Ga - GBGM William Craig Taylor 2 

Supt., Methodist Home Conrad P. Edwards 2 

Supt. Peop. Comm. Ctr (Percell Church, Sr. LP) 2 

Chaplain/ Dir. Past. Care, Pendleton Mem. Hosp Paul G. Durbin 9 

Assoc. Chaplain, Pendleton Meth. Hosp Judy E. Nelson 3 



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Chap. Meth. Child. Home/Dir. Pub. Relations Douglas T. Williams, Jr. 1 1 

Supt., Camp Istrouma (J. Monroe Wilkes) 20 

Chap. East La. St. Hosp., Jackson Walter M. Stokes, Jr. 28 

La. Tech. Univ., Campus Min William M. Stokes, Jr. 28 

McNeese Univ. Campus Minister Wayne G. Taylor 3 

Northeast La. Univ. Campus Min James E. Wilson 16 

Northwestern La. Univ. Campus Min Barbara Smith Duke 2 

Southeastern La. Univ. Campus Minister William M. Jacocks 1 1 

Southern University Campus Min (Wilbur G. Davis LP) 2 

TUCM - LSU Randall K. Nichols 2 

Tulane University Campus Minister David G. Trickett 2 

Univ. of Southwestern La. Camp. Min R. Don Ross 7 

UNO, SUNO, Delgado Campus Minister T.B.S. 

Military Chaplain, US Air Force John Whitley 1 

Military Chaplain, US Army Willie Lee Henry 1 1 

Military Chaplain, US Navy Robert G. Rowland 10 

Chaplain, Vet. Admin., Dallas Thomas M. Babington, III 18 

Chaplain, Vet. Admin., N.M J. W. Williams 5 

Chaplain, Dixon Correctional Institute Bertrand Griffin 8 

Chaplain, Central Louisiana State Hosp Roland K. Friedrich 21 

Mountain T.O.P. Project-Tenn. Conference Melissa Draper 1 

Chaplain, B. R. General Hosp Henry E. Pickett, Sr. 9 

Consult., E. Dallas Coop. Par. Min George Holcombe 2 

Campus Min., Univ. of Calif., San Diego Robert J. Wagener 2 

Director, N.O. Metro. Ministries William R. London, Jr. 13 

SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS BEYOND LOCAL CHURCH STRUCTURES 

Chaplain, S.C. Dept. Youth Services Howard D. Ellzey 12 

Chap./ Assoc. Prof, of Rel. Curry College W. Russell Pregeant 13 

Dir. Youth Care Serv. /Juliette Fowler Horn Joe E. Fogle 7 

Exec. Dir. Creative Min. Assoc, Durham, NC Cathy Carlson 9 

Chap./Dir. Past. Care, Mem. Med. Ctr., Sprfld., II Roy B. Nash 7 

Rehab. Tech./Chap. Alco. Reh. Ctr., VA Hosp., N.O C. Gerald Fuller 5 

Chap. Desert Samar. Hosp., Mesa, Ar Dan R. Allen 5 

Timberlawn Psych. Hosp., Dallas Theresa McConnell 2 

Miss, to Liberia-Gbarnga Sch. of Theology Ester L. Hammond 4 

GROUP-Dir./Work & Mission Camps, Colorado Jerry Hilbun 1 

APPOINTED TO ATTEND SCHOOL 

Asbury School of Theology LC David DeWitt 1 

Perkins School of Theology Curtis Johnson 3 

Garrett School of Theology Mollie S. Clements 1 

Perkins School of Theology Jayne Trammell-Kelly 1 

Candler School of Theology Kathy Clark-Dickens 1 

Iliff School of Theology Alfred C. Bakewell, III 1 

Asbury School of Theology Steven J. Porter 1 

Perkins School of Theology Steven Kelly 1 

Perkins School of Theology Randy Scrivener 1 

Vanderbilt School of Theology L. Deen Thompson 1 

Candler School of Theology John Van Dickens 1 

DISABILITY LEAVE 

Disability Leave Sidney Earl Irving A 4 

Disability Leave Lewis E. Milem R 10 

Disability Leave Raymond DeLaughter S 2 

Disability Leave D. Dale Lyons BR/L 2 



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LEAVE OF ABSENCE 

Leave of Absence Richard 0. Beckham, III NOS 5 

Leave of Absence Forest N. Blount M 3 

Leave of Absence Frieda Brown BRL 2 

Leave of Absence * Jerry VanHoosen NOS 2 

Leave of Absence James Richardson S 3 

Leave of Absence Jay R. Rogers A 4 

Leave of Absence Paul Wesley NOH 3 

Leave of Absence Paul Carroll, Jr. S 2 

Leave of Absence Lorris M. Wimberly, Jr. BRL 4 

Leave of Absence (E. Eugene Kimble) LC 1 

Leave of Absence Carol Susan Winn NOS 1 

Leave of Absence Gilbert H. Wade, Jr. BRH 1 

Leave of Absence Mary C. Sloan NOS 1 

Leave of Absence Helen Marcussen NOS 1 

DIACONAL MINISTERS 

Dir. of Rel. Educ, University LC Marsha Gayle Alexander 

Dir. of Christian Education, Jeff. BRH Barbara C. Einsel 

Children's Coordinator, GBD M Barbara Garcia 

Dir. Conf. Rel./Div. of Diac. Min. Nashv. M Joaquin Garcia 

Guidance Counsellor, Merryville H.S. LC Norma K. Garlington 

Dir. of Christian Education, Horseshoe A Patricia Haulk Hogan 

Director of Music, Zachary BRH Sidney Montegudo 

Dir. of Christian Education, St. Paul's M Doris P. Sheppard 

Dir. of Christian Ed., MunhoUand NOS Lylln Guth 

DEACONESSES 

Clin. Soc. Worker, Belle Chasse School NOH Evelyn J. Murphree 1 1 

TRANSFERRED IN 

From Central Texas Conf. J. C. Skinner 

From So. Indiana Conference Carl K. Bray 

From Oklahoma Conference Lee McKenzie 

From Mississippi Conference Dale McKinley Haggard 

TRANSFERRED OUT 

To Memphis Conference Jim Comer 

HONORABLE LOCATION 

Honorable Location Lloyd A. Foreman 

WITHDRAWN 

S. W. Seals 
John H. Giles 



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Left to right: L. P. Culligan, Tom Howe, Barbara Smith Duke, Julius Jefferson, Pearl 
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THIS IS TO CERTIFY that, at Shreveport, Louisiana, on the 5th day 
of June, 1984 1 ordained under the election of the Louisiana Annual 
Conference, South Central Jurisdiction, of The United Methodist 
Church 

Mollie Clements Steven Randall Kelly 

Kathryn Johnson Dauphin Cage M. McLemore 

Melissa Louise Draper Martha Marie Orphe 

Richard Harold Humphries Steven Jay Porter 

L. Jayne Trammell- Kelly 

AS DEACONS IN THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

At the same time and place, and assisted by several elders, I 
ordained under the election of the Louisiana Annual Conference, 
South Central Jurisdiction, of the United Methodist Church 

Mark Brantley Benge Pearl Whichard Evans 

L. Patterson Culligan Thomas Leonard Howe, Jr. 

Barbara Lee Smith Duke Julius Jefferson 

Wayne Grey Taylor 

AS ELDERS OF THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 



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Paul V. Galloway 

President 

Bishop of the Louisiana Area of The United Methodist Church 



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IX. Reports 

A. Reports Of Councils 
Conference Council On Finance And Administration 

The churches of Louisiana made a good record in the financial support they gave during 
1983. With grateful appreciation to the laity and clergy of the Conference for their faithful 
stewardship, the Council on Finance and Administration submits the following report for 
Conference action. 

Report No. I 
. We recommend the observance of the following special days with offerings: 

Christian Education Sunday September 16, 1984 

Louisiana United Methodist Foundation Month September, 1984 

World Communion Sunday October 7, 1984 

World Order Sunday October 21, 1984 

United Methodist Student Day November 25, 1984 

Good Samaritan Offering — Christmas December 23, 1984 

Human Relations Day February 17, 1985 

One Great Hour of Sharing March 17, 1985 

Good Samaritan Offering — Easter April 7, 1985 

Youth Service Fund May 26, 1985 

2. The Council recommends a continued emphasis by all churches of Advance Specials, both of the 
General Advance and of Conference Specials, requesting, however, that all churches pay in full 
the World Service and Conference Benevolences apportionment before appropriating funds for 
second-mile projects. 

3. Each pastoral charge is asked to continue support of Western Methodist Assembly at Mt. 
Sequoyah, Arkansas, with a goal of $20 per pastoral charge. Each district is to raise the amount 
on the basis of the total number of charges in the district and mail to the Conference Office of 
Financial Affairs. 

4. We recommend that the Louisiana Moral and Civic Foundation be granted the opportunity to 
present its cause to the local church and community. 

5. It is recommended that the Louisiana National Bank and the Baton Rouge Bank of Baton 
Rouge, Louisiana, be designated as the principal depositories for funds of the Louisiana Annual 
Conference. Other banks across the state are to be used for interest- bearing accounts. 
Authority to open accounts is given to the Conference Director of Financial Affairs/Treasurer 
and the President of the Council on Finance and Administration of the Louisiana Conference. 
Authorized signatures on the accounts and deposit boxes are to be: Conference Director of 
Financial Affairs/Treasurer, President of Council on Finance and Administration, or Executive 
Director of the Council on Ministries. 

6. The Council has contracted with George A. Lewis, Certified Public Accountant of the firm 
Broussard, Pouche, Lewis and Breaux of Lafayette and Crowley, Louisiana, to audit the books 
of the Conference Treasurer. The Council expects to receive from the accountant an audit 
report for the year ending December 31, 1983, before the June 1984 session of the Annual 
Conference. 

7. The Council recommends the continuation of the system of apportionments on the decimal 
plan (see Conference rules). 

8. We recommend that the pastoral charge consider an amount of $4,200 for Pastor's Travel 
Allowance for 1984 and $3,000 for utilities expense for each minister. 

9. We recommend that the local churches pay an amount up to $1,500 on the moving expense of 
each minister by the new church to which the minister is appointed. 

10. We remind the ministers of the Annual Conference who will move to another charge that they 
are to accept salary and expense only through May 3 1 , 1 984, from the charge they are presently 
serving. All June salary expense will be paid by the new charge. 

11. In order to comply with the federal income tax regulations, we recommend that the utilities 
and other housing expenses on the Conference Directors' residences and the district 
parsonages be considered a part of their salaries as "Housing Allowance." 



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Report No. II 

. The Council presents to the Conference the following budget for Conference Ad- 
ministration, to be raised in the calendar year 1985: 

Louisiana Conference Administration Fund 

Camp Brewer $ 1,500 

Gulfside 3,500 

Area Administration Fund 4,800 

Annual Conference Expense Fund 8,000 

Episcopal Committee 3,500 

Conference Joint Office 410,400 

C.F.A. Contingency 9,500 

C.F.A. Expense 3,000 

United Methodist Foundation Promotion & Expense 12,800 

C.O.M. Program and Expense Fund 58,000 

$515,000 

FUNDING 

Conference Administration 425,000 

Contingency 50,000 

Pensions 40,000 

TOTAL $515,000 
. The Council presents to the Conference the following Conference Benevolences Budgets: 

1984* 1985** 1986*** 

Church and Society $ 3,783 $ 4,000 $ 4,300 

Diaconal Ministry 3,007 3,675 3,800 

Discipleship 15,782 17,850 18,000 

Global Ministries 87,300 89,000 101,900 

Laity 8,390 9,400 10,600 

United Methodist Men 1,000 2,850 2,550 

Ordained Ministry 4,365 4,100 6,000 

Archives and History 2,328 2,900 3,200 

Christian Unity & Interrel 2,474 2,800 3,000 

Religion and Race 1,455 1,800 2,500 

CSRW 2,474 1,900 2,100 

Conference Youth Team 7,322 8,000 9,050 

Trustees , 1,000 1,000 

Program Priorities 4,320 5,725 

TOTALS $144,000 $155,000 $168,000 

*Raised in 1983 * *To be raised in 1984 * * *To be raised in 1 985 

. The Council presents the following Conference General Budget for 1985: 

1984 1985 

Pensions Fund $ 650,000 $ 700,000 

District Superintendent Fund 497,000 525,000 

Episcopal Fund 90,000 98,000 

Equitable Salary Fund 25,000 30,000 

Temporary General Aid Fund 10,000 10,000 

Interdenominational Fund 16,700 18,700 

General Administration Fund 47,000 50,000 

* * Jurisdictional Administration Fund 18,000 1 9,000 

Louisiana Conference Administration Fund 400,000 425,000 

World Service & Conference Benevolences 625,000 720,000 



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Ministerial Education Fund 247,000 260,000 

Black College Fund 106,000 121,000 

Missional Priority Fund 72,500 100,000 

Educational Priority Fund 60,000 

**S. C. Jurisdiction Seminary Fund 1 10,000 

**Lydia Patterson Institute 29,000 

Telecommunications Fund 

Archives Building Fund 

Centenary College 448,000 485,000 

Dillard University 50,000 53,000 

Wesley Foundation 418,000 444,000 

Louisiana Interchurch Conference 25,000 25,000 

Church Extension 500,000 480,000 

TOTAL $4,305,200 $4,702,700 
** Proposed, subject to Action by Jurisdictional Conference. 
World Service and Conference Benevolences are broken down as follows: 

General World Service $542,000 76.34% 

Conference Benevolences $168,000 23.66% 

4. The Secretary of the Annual Conference shall serve as the Editor of the Conference 
Journal and the Editor is authorized to eliminate detailed financial and audit reports 
from the Journal, including instead a statement indicating where the detailed report is 
filed and to condense all reports wherever possible. 

5. The Annual Conference grants permission to Centenary College and Dillard University to 
make an appeal for every church in the conference to send a "paid student" to the colleges. 

6. The Conference Treasurer is authorized to pay $7,000 from the District Superintendent's 
Fund for expense of Cabinet Meetings and up to $1,000 for telephone calls involving 
appointments. Each district shall establish a District Council on Finance and Administra- 
tion composed of four lay persons and three ministers. The District Superintendent, 
Conference, Jurisdictional, and General Conference representatives of the Council on 
Finance and Administration within the bounds of the district shall be ex-officio members. 
Every consideration should be given to ethnic minority representation. The Treasurer of 
the Conference is authorized to pay from the District Superintendent's Fund to the 
Pension Fund an amount for each District Superintendent to meet the General Board of 
Pensions requirement for 1984. 

7. We recommend that each district provide at least half-time secretarial help for the 
District Superintendent from funds made available from the district budget. The Annual 
Conference requires that copies of the annual budget and audit for each district be mailed 
to the Conference Treasurer for the Council not later than January 25, following the fiscal 
year. 

8. The compensation of all the District Superintendents shall be equal throughout the 
Conference. Since District Superintendents are appointed by the Bishop as officers of the 
Conference, their salary, travel allowance, utilities allowance, professional expenses, and 
one-half of the Conference insurance premium shall be paid by the Annual Conference. 
We recommend the following income to be paid the District Superintendents from the 
District Superintendent's Fund (see Conference Rules for the rule concerning salary): 
base salary — $40,100; base auto allowance — $3,000; utilities allowance — $3,000; an 
amount not to exceed — $3,300 for travel expense, to be drawn by voucher; and an 
amount not to exceed — $2,400 to be drawn by voucher and used for professional 
expenses to cover the expense of Pastor's School, Minister's Week, Bishop's Week, Annual 
Conference, Continuing Education, and other expenses that the District Superintendent 
incurs in carrying out the responsibilities of the office. The Conference Treasurer shall pay 
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9. Each Council, Board, Commission, Committee, etc. of the Conference receiving funding 
from the Conference shall designate one person, other than the chairperson, as the 
Finance Officer. The Finance Officer shall keep for that board or agency a current record 
of financial transactions involving the budget receipts and expenditures for that body. 
The Finance Officer shall receive all vouchers from members and shall approve and 
submit same to the Conference Treasurer. The vouchers must be specific and in detail and 
be accompanied by the appropriate receipts, and must bear the signed approval of the 
Finance Officer. The Finance Officer shall in turn submit them to the Conference 
Treasurer within three weeks. In order to assist the Conference Treasurer to close out the 
books and set up books for a new fiscal year, all Finance Officers shall submit final 
vouchers of said board and agency by December 20, 1984. 

10. All institutions and agencies receiving funds from the Annual Conference are required to 
submit a financial statement at the end of each calendar year (Paragraph 708.4). A list of 
all investments and the returns therefrom shall be submitted annually (Paragraph 708). 
The financial statements and investment information shall be sent to the Conference 
Treasurer for the Council no later than January 25 following the fiscal year. 

11. A balance at the close of the year in the Conference Benevolence Budget of any Conference 
Board or Agency will be placed in the Conference Benevolences Budget for the next year. 
The Annual Conference shall continue to place in the Contingency Fund of the Annual 
Conference all interest from the invested funds of the different Conference Boards and 
Agencies. The Council shall use the Investment Committee of the Louisiana United 
Methodist Foundation to assist in the investment of Conference Funds. The Conference 
Treasurer and the President of the Conference Council on Finance and Administration 
shall continue to serve on the Investment Committee of the Louisiana United Methodist 
Foundation. Local churches and Conference Institutions shall consider using the 
Foundation for the investment of their funds. 

12. Travel expense for Conference Boards and Agencies is set at a maximum of 15 cents per 
mile. When two or more members are traveling together, a maximum of 18 cents per mile 
will be paid. 

13. We recommend that the Louisiana Annual Conference Wesley Foundation be given basic 
support by a decimal item to be apportioned to the churches of the Conference. Amounts 
of the funds to be given to each Wesley Foundation will be determined by the Board of 
Higher Education and Campus Ministry. With approval of the appropriate District 
Superintendents and District Councils on Finance and Administration, local Wesley 
Foundations may solicit additional funding from churches within the District/Districts 
nearest their geographic location. Should a local church give additional funds to the 
Wesley Foundation, that church must also have paid 100% of their apportionment to 
Wesley Foundation the previous year. Otherwise, the Wesley Foundation must give those 
funds to the Conference Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry as payment 
toward that church's apportionment. A report must be made by the Wesley Foundation to 
the District Superintendent and the District Council on Finance and Administration of 
any churches giving such funds so as to assure 100% payment of the Wesley Foundation 
apportionments of the local church. 

14. We call to the attention of the churches the changes recently made in the Social Security 
Law which will significantly affect ministers' spendable income and we recommend that 
the Pastor Parish Relations Committee and Administrative Boards be sensitive to this 
change in Social Security cost to self-employed persons when salaries are established in 
the future. 

15. South Central Jurisdiction Seminary Fund is to be proposed to the South Central 
Jurisdictional Conference in July as an annual apportionment of $1,680,050 to the 17 
Annual Conferences for Endowment Funds for Perkins School of Theology and St. Paul 
School of Theology. The Louisiana Conference decimal share will be $110,000 for 1985 
with a ratio five to one for Perkins and St. Paul, respectively. 



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Report No. Ill 

The Council commends Dr. James J. Caraway, the Conference Treasurer and Director of the 
Office of Financial Affairs, for the effective and competent manner in which he has handled the 
affairs of his office. The Council is further indebted to Dr. Harvey G. Williamson for the 
responsible way in which he has assisted the Council in carrying out their work during the year. 

J. Woodrow Hearn, President 
W. H. Brumfield, Jr., Vice-President 
Nancy M. Carruth, Secretary 

Conference Council On Ministries 

In 1983 the Council on Ministries emphasized the importance of communication. A 
Conference Communications Committee was established. The purpose of this new committee 
is to create a comprehensive communications program for the conference. This includes 
television/video, radio, print, (including the Louisiana United Methodist) and communication 
training for the local church. 

The Communications Committee is composed of persons with communication skills, several 
District Directors of Communication and representatives from the CCOM. The Rev. Don 
Cottrill was elected chairperson. Other members are: Rev. Grayson Watson (vice chairperson), 
Mr. Walter Parker (secretary); Rev. Penn Morgan, Mrs. Geneva Bell, Rev. James Evans, Rev. Jim 
Comer. Mrs. Carol Giles, Rev. Robert Harrington, Rev. James Poole, Rev. Lael Jones, Rev. Charles 
Langford. Ex-officio members are: Dr. Harvey Williamson, Rev. Elwood Fleming, Rev. Pat 
Culligan, Dr. Stone Caraway, and Mrs. Amy Ward. 

The purpose of the new Media Resources Committee is to set policy and rates for the media 
center's materials, to preview and select films, filmstrips and video programs, and to assist in 
planning and implementing of Media Festivals throughout the Conference. Members are: Mrs. 
Lou Alexander, Mrs. Helen Brock, Mrs. Inez Chrisentery, Mrs. Lou Montgomery, Mrs. Velma 
Fallen, ex-officio, Dr. Harvey Williamson, Rev Elwood Fleming, Rev. Pat Culligan, Mrs. Amy 
Ward, and Coordinator of the Resource Center. 

Dr. Charles Simmons and the Rev. J. Henry Bowden Jr. were elected as members at large of 
the CCOM this year. Rev. Bowden was elected Conference Coordinator of Scouting. The 
Conference Scouting Committee members are: Judge George Foote, Mr. Victor Hancock, Mr. 
Don Shellmire, Mr. Bradford Mayo, Mr. Roscoe Jones, Mr. Marne Kiel, Mr. Chester Hurley, Mr. 
Reed Simpkins, Mr. Tom M. Keith and Mrs. Robert (Betty) Cobb. 

For the first time this quadrennium, the CCOM met in the fall for program planning as well as 
in the spring for budget planning. We feel this will coordinate conference wide program 
emphases and allow planning for the next quadrennium. 

Communication was enhanced through workshops and visits by the Council Director, Dr. 
Harvey Williamson and staff. A "Training Workshop For Small Churches" was well received. 
Plans have been made for a "Teacher Training Workshop For Small Membership Churches" to 
be held this fall. "The Louisiana Methodist Magazine" was prepared for television. Excellent 
new video tapes are now available for teacher training for children, juniors, seniors, singles, 
and adults. 

This has been a significant quadrennium for the CCOM in the life of the Louisiana 
Conference. We are now located in excellent permanent facilities. New policies have been 
developed for the professional and support staff. The Research/Planning Committee has 
accomplished important tasks and referred reports to boards for implementation. The 
Legislative Liaison Committee continues to work closely on education issues that impact the 
well being of the children of our state. Our new Communications and Media Resources 
Committees are enthusiastic about their assignments. 

Our entire Annual Conference was saddened by the loss of our shepherd, Bishop J. Kenneth 
Shamblin. The impact of his leadership is evident in the progress of our Conference. 

We appreciate the leadership Bishop Paul Galloway is offering in this difficult time. We look 
forward to a new quadrennium and to a new Century of United Methodism. May we continue in 
faithfulness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. 

Amy Ward, Chairperson 



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B. Reports Of Boards 
Board Of Church And Society 

The Louisiana Board of Church and Society and our Conference suffered a great loss of one 
of its gifted and dedicated leaders with the death of the late Reverend George M. Alfred this 
winter. His leadership was felt in our church across congregational and denominational as well 
as racial barriers. His wisdom, grace, tact, and service have made us a stronger conference. Our 
board gives thanks to God for his faith and service. We remember his participation with joy. 

We began this quadrennium primarily as an advocacy for moral issues of our state and 
nation. Since that time we have moved toward forums and seminars to relate to these major 
concerns. By this means we hope to be enablers with consideration to both sides of current 
issues of Church and Society. This can be a way for some of these concerns to be identified and 
forums held. In some instances they have already been planned and some are in the process of 
being planned by this board. Those already held or upcoming forums will be identified in 
committee reports. 

This board urges the establishing of active district boards of Church and Society. These 
bodies would function to enable local churches through forums, workshops, and seminars. The 
primary purpose of these bodies would be to identify current concerns and alert local 
churches of them. By doing this we believe many local Councils on Ministries will be challenged 
to respond to local human needs and concerns beyond the local church. Our hope is that many 
local churches can provide workshops or forums on current concerns to which we are called to 
minister. 

Committee On Human Welfare 

The Human Care Needs survey conducted last year was helpful in assisting local churches in 
determining how well congregations are meeting and emphasizing human care needs. A review 
of the findings was published in the United Methodist Reporter, Louisiana Methodist Edition 
on July 1, 1983. It is the hope of this committee that future local and district programming be 
based on the summary. 

As a follow-up, forums were planned to be held in selected areas of the state. One has been 
conducted in Lake Charles and others are being scheduled. 

Mrs. Dorothy Mae Taylor, 
Committee Chairperson 

Committee On Human Relations 

During this quadrennium the Human Relations Committee of the Board of Church and 
Society has sought to help persons in this Annual Conference to understand the necessity for 
improving the quality of relationships among human beings in our state, nation and world. 
With this in mind, our committee has concerned itself with a number of issues directly relating 
to our desire to see human relations enhanced. We have brought before our conference issues 
relating to the family, capital punishment, rehabilitation for prisoners and compensation to 
those victimized by crime, and the needs of those persons who experience handicapping 
conditions. 

As we look to the future we are hopeful that the new Board of Church and Society will 
concern itself with the concerns of the handicapped as they seek to be fully integrated into the 
life of our church. 

As the local church plans for the future, we urge that our conference have an awareness of 
the many demands made upon families during these days. The Church can do much to assist 
family unity by not overprogramming, and by promoting activities designed to meet the needs 
of all family units in each local congregation. We hope that the Board of Church and Society 
can be of assistance to local congregations in this planning process. 

Mickey D. Stringfield, 
Committee Chairperson 



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Committee On Emerging Social Issues 

District of Columbia Congressional Representation Amendment 

The Scriptures tell us clearly that "God shows no partiality" (Acts 10:34). The Social 
Principles of The United Methodist Church cites "the full and willing participation of its 
citizens" as a key factor in the strength of our political system. A fundamental tenet of our 
American heritage is "no taxation without representation." 

In 1978, the U.S. Congress passed a Constitutional Amendment providing for full voting 
representation of the District of Columbia in both the House and the Senate. This amendment 
is now before the Louisiana Legislature. To become law, it must be ratified by 38 states by 1985. 
Thirteen states have already ratified the amendment. The State of Louisiana should insist on 
full representation for all United States citizens. 

The District of Columbia contains about 640,000 residents. This represents a population 
equal to or greater than four states — each of which has full voting representation in the 
Congress. In 1983, District residents paid $2,697 billion into the Federal treasury, yet they are 
not permitted to have voting representation in the Congress which initiates taxes. They also 
bear the burden of military service (D.C. lost more soldiers in VietNam per capita than any of 
the 50 states.) 

In terms of simple justice we believe it is appropriate that District of Columbia citizens 
should have the right to elect national legislators who make the laws under which they, too, 
must live. Therefore, we urge our state legislature to ratify the Constitutional Amendment 
providing the District Columbia with full voting representation in the Congress. We further 
encourage each delegate to this Annual Conference and every United Methodist in Louisiana 
to express their support of this amendment to their state representative and senator. 

Capital Punishment 

Our efforts to abolish capital punishment continue, but the killing has begun in Louisiana. 
We mourn the deaths of all who have died in the tragedy of violent crime in Louisiana, 
including those who have been selected to die in Louisiana's electric chair. While our efforts 
continue, we call on Governor Edwin W. Edwards to ensure that no further executions occur. 

Prayer In The Public Schools 

The proposed constitutional amendment regarding prayer in the public schools raises a host 
of issues: separation of church and state, religious liberty, the nature and purpose of prayer, 
whose prayer(s) do we use, voluntary or obligatory — to name a few. To enable United 
Methodists and others to understand these issues more clearly, forums on Prayer in Public 
Schools will be held in each district in 1984-85. 

DWI Concerns Sunday 

Stricter laws pertaining to Driving While Intoxicated and the enforcement of those laws 
have reduced the death toll attributed to drunk driving. However, the needless waste of human 
life continues. 

We urge each United Methodist church in Louisiana to observe "DWI Concerns Sunday" on 
July 1, 1984. The July 4 Independence Day celebration has historically included a heavy 
highway death toll — over 50% of the fatalities being attributed to drunk driving. Christian love 
compels us to remind ourselves and our neighbors of the consequences — personal, spiritual, 
and legal — of drunk driving. Resources for this observance will be recommended in the 
Louisiana United Methodist and Coverage. 

Louisiana United Methodists are urged to continue to seek strict enforcement of DWI laws in 
their communities. 

Voter Registration 

The Social Principles remind us that "the strength of a political system depends upon the full 
and willing participation of its citizens." We, therefore, urge each Louisiana United Methodist 
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year, we challenge each delegate to the Louisiana Annual Conference to be responsible for 
making possible the registration of at least one eligible candidate for voting rights and 
responsibilities, and to ensure their participation at the polls on election day. 

Diplomatic Relations With The Vatican 

The Louisiana Annual Conference expresses its opposition to the establishment of formal 
diplomatic relations with the Vatican. We are troubled by: (1) the preferred status thereby 
conferred to the Roman Catholic Church and its hierarchy which is not conferred to other 
religious movements; (2) the legitimate statehood status accorded to the Roman Catholic 
Church, which in fact has no political boundaries, while the duly constituted statehouse of 
numerous other countries is ignored — particularly when the actions of those recognizable 
and definable countries often affect national and international affairs; and (3) the timing of 
this appointment in an election year. 

The Discipline And The Book Of Resolutions 

The Discipline is essential to the proper functioning of the United Methodist Church and of 
each local congregation. The Book of Resolutions helps United Methodists and others 
understand the specific stands the Church has taken on vital issues of our time (in addition to 
the Social Principles). We urge each church and each delegate to the Louisiana Annual 
Conference to secure an adequate number of copies of the 1984 editions of The Discipline and 
The Book of Resolutions. 

Timothy Lawson, 
Committee Chairperson 

Committee On Peace And World Order 

Due to the confusion concerning information coming from Central America, the Caribbean 
and Latin America about the governments, the people and the Church, a conference was held 
on March 31, 1984, at First United Methodist Church, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to look at the 
various points of view and to clarify information. What motivates the desire for change with 
the people of that region? Is it Soviet or Cuban inspired aggression? Are the people responding 
to the cry of oppression, poverty, hunger, illiteracy and medical deprivation? How has the 
United States foreign policy helped or hindered in the region? How has corporate interests 
helped or hindered in their economic development? What has been the role of the Church in 
the change taking place in Central America.? 

Strong leadership was shared from persons who had first hand expertise and experience 
from Central America. The Rev. Phillip E. Wheat on, former Episcopal priest and missionary to 
Costa Rica and presently a research specialist for the Washington, D.C. based Ecumenical 
Program for International Communication and Action, was a prime speaker. Dr. Stanley 
Hilton, professor of Latin America history at L.S.U. and assistant director for the Center for 
Latin American Affairs at L.S.U., provided helpful information in a panel discussion. Sister Gay 
Redman, former missionary in South and Central America for twenty years and presently the 
director of the Center of the Americas in New Orleans, also contributed to the panel 
discussions. Mr. Ivan Escovar, an agricultural engineer from El Salvador; Ms. Lilith Quenlin, 
founder of Common Ground in Baton Rouge; and Dennis Young, Consultant for Community 
and Economic Development in New Orleans, who is from the island of Belise, made strong 
contributions to the Conference. 

Several helpful films were also used throughout the conference. They were the following: 

"Attack on the Americas" (historical analysis — Heritage Foundation) 

"Americas in Transition" (historical analysis — EcuFilm) 

"Sanctuary" (illegal refugees — EcuFilm) 

"Controlling Interests" (National Multi Corporations — EcuFilm) 
The conference closed with worship at 5:00 p.m. with the Rev. Tim Lawson inspiring the 
group with a challenge and allowing those who wished to commit themselves to respond to the 
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A similar conference is planned for North Louisiana in the fall of 1984 so that churches can 
take advantage of the learning experience concerning our mission outreach in the Americas. 

Willis Dear, 
Committee Chairperson 

Board Of Diaconal Ministry 

The Board of Diaconal Ministry is concerned with persons in non-clergy careers in the 
church such as christian education, church music and business administration. Recruiting, 
interviewing for certification and consecration and providing professional support for lay 
persons employed in the various administrative and program ministries of our church are the 
key tasks of the board. 

During the past year the Board has been actively involved in studying and making 
suggestions to the General Conference regarding proposed legislation related to proposed 
changes in the ministry. Joaquin Garcia has been very helpful to keep us informed of details 
being reported from the Study Committee of the Board of Higher Education and Ministry. 

We have continued to support the New Orleans Bi-District Black Education Project in which 
12 churches receive the guidance of Barbara Hamilton as educational consultant in Christian 
Education Enrichment. We are pleased to report that the project has been funded again for 
this year by the National Ethnic Minority Fund through the Division of Diaconal Ministry. John 
Hamilton has served as chairperson this spring, following the departure of Robert Wagener to 
California. 

The Board surveyed persons in multiple staff settings in our conference regarding salaries 
and benefits. From this study the board recommends that due to the requirements of 
continuing education for re-certification, local churches employing full-time program staff 
persons (e.g. educators, etc.) provide a minimum of $500 for continuing education. In addition, 
the local church should take into consideration where the professional meetings of the staff 
person will be held and make adjustments to the budget as appropriate. 

Through Bob Wagener, the Board participated in the planning of Cross Roads '84, the 
Church Vocation Retreats sponsored by Centenary College and Dillard University. 

In October, the Board sponsored an Information Workshop for those interested in 
understanding the various requirements and opportunities of Diaconal Ministry. Lylln Guth 
served as the planning chairperson. Future workshops are planned for April 16, 1985 at 
Arcadia and April 23, at Baton Rouge. 

In participation with the Board of Ordained Ministry, scholarship funds for those preparing 
for certification and consecration may be requested from the Registrar of the Board of 
Diaconal Ministry. Information on Diaconal Ministry as a professional goal may also be 
received from the Registrar. Persons who wish to be consecrated must apply to the Board via 
recommendation of their charge conference at least one year prior to the Annual Conference 
in which they will be certified. 

The following persons are recommended by the Board for renewal of their certification and 
consecration as appropriate. 
ASSOCIATE IN CHRISTIAN EDUCATION: 
Mrs. Patricia H. Hogan, Christian Education Director, Horseshoe Drive UMC, 1600 Horseshoe 

Drive, Alexandria, LA 71301 
DIRECTOR OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION: 
Ms. Marsha G. Alexander, Director of Christian Education, University UMC, 3501 Patrick 

Street, Lake Charles, LA 70605 
Mrs. Barbara C. Einsel, Diaconal Minister of Education, Jefferson UMC, 10478 Ridgely Drive, 

Baton Rouge, LA 70809 
Mrs. Barbara P. Garcia, Director of Children's and Intergenerational Worship; and Coordinator 

of Children's Ministries, Board of Discipleship, 7424 Harness Drive, Nashville, TN 37221 
Mr. Joaquin Garcia- Jimenez, Director of Conference Relations, Division of Diaconal Ministry, 

7424 Harness Drive, Nashville, TN 37221 



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Miss Lylln S. Guth, Director of Christian Education, First UMC, 2727 Jackson Street, 

Alexandria, LA 71301 
Mr. Lawrence Lewis, Director of Christian Education, Gretna UMC, 1 309 Whitney Ave., Gretna, 

LA 70053 
Ms. Carol W. Maxey, Lay Ministry Enabler, First UMC, P.O. Box 2039, Lafayette, LA 70502 
Mrs. Doris P. Sheppard, Dir. of Christian Education, St. Paul's UMC, 1901 Lexington, Monroe, 

LA 71201 
MINISTER OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION: 

Rev. Donald C. Cottrill, Associate Pastor, First UMC, P.O. Box 1349, Baton Route, LA 70821 
Rev. Calvin J. Duke, Associate Pastor, First UMC, 924 Harvey St., Natchitoches, LA 71457 
Rev. Donald G. Emler, Associate Professor, Christian Education, Centenary College 
DIRECTOR OF MUSIC: 
Mr. John Hutton, Jr., Director of Music, Rayne Memorial UMC, 3900 St. Charles Avenue, New 

Orleans, LA 70115 
Mr. John Sidney Montegudo, Jr., Director of Music, Zachary UMC, Rt. 4, Box 355, Zachary, LA 

70791 
Ms. Helen K. Miers, Director of Christian Activities, Henning Memorial UMC, 404 S. Huntington 

Street, Sulphur, LA 70663 
MINISTER OF MUSIC: 
Rev. James R. McLelland, Associate Pastor-Minister of Music, Trinity UMC, P.O. Box 1383, 

Ruston, LA 71270 
ASSOCIATE IN MUSIC: 

Mr. Gerald P. Halley, First UMC, 433 Erlanger Avenue, Slidell, LA 70459 
CHURCH BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR: 
The Louisiana Conference Board of Diaconal Ministry also recognizes that: Ms. Patti J. Kilgore, 

Trinity UMC, 506 Hundred Oaks Drive, Ruston, LA 71270 has been recertified as a Church 

Business Administrator, by the General Council on Finance and Administration. 
NOTE: Requesting that we discontinue his certification as Minister of Christian Education: 

Rev. James H. Humphreys 
Renewed to the Office of Diaconal Minister, 1984-1985: 

Marsha Alexander, Barbara Einsel, Barbara Garcia, Joaquin Garcia- Jimenez, Lylln Guth, Pat 
Hogan, Sidney Montegudo, Doris Sheppard 

Donald G. Emler, President 

Board Of Discipleship 

The major event sponsored by the Board of Discipleship during the past year was the School 
of Evangelism, held in February. There were 230 persons who registered, and a number of 
others who attended for a shorter period of time. This included some persons who came from 
the Mississippi and Texas Conferences. 

We are pleased to announce that there will be a Conference on the Holy Spirit, held on the 
campus of Centenary College, June 27-29th, 1985. A committee is presently securing the staff 
and completing other arrangements for the event. 

Inasmuch as, this is the beginning of a new quadrennium, a Job Training Event has been 
planned for August 24-25th. Leontine Kelly will chair a leadership team from the General 
Board of Discipleship that will help members of District Councils on Ministries and their 
counterparts on the Board of Discipleship have abetter understanding of their responsibilities 
to one another. 

Task Force On Church Extension 

A Task Force on Church School Extension was organized for the purpose of starting Sunday 
Schools in the 99 churches in Louisiana that were without a Church School. Working with the 
General Board of Discipleship, the Task Force developed a pilot program to rejuvenate church 
schools and establish new ones. Each district was invited to recruit at least two churches to 
participate in the project. Sixteen churches in seven districts responded. 



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A workshop was designed, complete with an instrument for training, that was taken to six 
training events. District teams, made up of the District Superintendent, chairperson on 
evangelism, and chairperson of education, were trained so that they could conduct subse- 
quent workshops, in addition to providing actual training for the specific churches involved in 
the project. 

In spite of rainy weather and other conflicts, we had excellent response from the churches 
involved. The goal is to have at least five new/ reorganized Sunday/ Church Schools by Annual 
Conference this year. Churches who have participated in the project with effective classes 
meeting for at least one quarter will be recognized at Annual Conference. 

Although the Task Force has officially completed its work as of Annual Conference, 
members of the team will continue to be available for assistance in the future as districts need 
them for training events. 

Donald Emler, Chairperson 
Task Force On Confirmation 

For several years, the United Methodist Church has been in the throes of a severe member- 
ship decline. This decline has been addressed verbally by every level of the general church, as 
one program after another has been created to offer a solution, and reverse this trend. From 
the Council of Bishops and the General Conference on down, the need to become a more 
evangelistic church has occupied our corporate conscience for two successive quadrennia. 

Within the past three years, it has become obvious that one extremely viable answer has 
been available to us all the time, and has been, by general agreement, the stepchild of the 
church's various evangelistic thrusts. This partial answer is Confirmation: that process which 
assists our young people in making the transformation from preparatory members to full 
members. Our youth are our denominational treasure; yet we have dealt with the confirmation 
training specifically and the confirming process in general more as a pastoral "duty" than 
delight; more as a task, and less of a joy. 

Following the lead of the General Board of Discipleship, a Task Force on Confirmation was 
assembled by our own Board of Discipleship, participated in an extensive jurisdictional study 
of confirmation, and moved to strengthen confirmation in the Louisiana Annual Conference. 

An indepth review at the 1983 audit indicated that as many as 60-70% of our churches do not 
have a confirmation class. The confirmation classes that are held range from outstanding 
programs with great input from the pastor(s), all the way to many, that are little more than 
after thought dialogue sessions with the pastor or other staff persons. 

The review indicated such widely varying attitudes toward confirmation that little if any 
theological, philosophical, or procedural contin uity is to be found from one church to another. 
A not uncommon experience finds a new pastor's desire to treat confirmation with seriousness 
and integrity blocked by the lack of same for several years on the part of the preceeding pastor. 

Responding to the lack of any common understanding of confirmation, the confirmation 
team conducted day-long workshops in each district in September 1983, wherein a total of 194 
pastors and several staff persons registered. The conclusions reached as a result of that 
experience form the basic recommendations we hereby offer to the Annual Conference as a 
fundamental (but not exclusive) format for conducting the confirmation experience. 

Standards of Excellence for Confirmation Preparation 
I. Purpose of Confirmation 

We recognize confirmation as an unending process of growth, deepening, and nurture in the 
grace of God, and that no specific point exists wherein confirmation has ended per se. The 
confirmation training we direct ourselves to is that formal, structured experience within the 
local church during which God's redemptive claim upon us and His faithful movement in our 
lives are brought to a focus, out of which we seek a deeper understanding of discipleship. We 
heartily lift up this concept, that confirmation training does not terminate on the membership 
rolls, or at a particular age. It is rather, an experience that affirms what God has done, is doing, 
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With this in mind, we offer the following suggestions toward the context of a sound 
confirmation experience, recognizing the option with each pastor to add those elements 
he/she might deem of value. We feel any responsible confirmation training experience would 
contain the following: 

(A) The Biblical Story and How to Interpret It. The Bible's own history . . . the 
cultural contexts and oral traditions . . .the Bible as the drama of creation. . .The 
word of God enmeshed in the words of scripture ... its relevance for Christians 
today. 

(B) Our Understanding of God, including the nature of creation, the question of 
suffering and evil; the mystery of the incarnation of Jesus; his human/divine 
nature; the Holy Spriit. 

(C) Our Understanding of Faith as Personal Response, including the nature and 
circumstances of faith decisions, personal commitment, discipleship, par- 
ticipation, moral and ethical options, spiritual conversion, new birth, sanctifi- 
cation, the ongoing process of nurture. 

(D) Our Understanding of the Church of Jesus Christ, including the history and 
development of the church, its mission and ministry; the meaning of worship and 
the sacraments: the church as a community of believers, the living body of Christ. 

(E) Our Wesleyan Heritage and Major Doctrines, including the early beginnings, 
personal conversion, lay involvement, social concerns, central figures, develop- 
ment of the connectional system. 

(F) Wesley's Four Great Emphases, as guides to more clearly understanding God's 
claim upon us, including scripture, tradition, experience, and reason. 

Official confirmation materials are in the process of being rewritten at this time, and all 
pastors are urged to utilize this publication in conjunction with these suggested topics. The 
Conference office will have many vital resources to augment a training experience. 

The confirmation team intends to produce a complete lesson plan for use with confirmation 
classes, and this will be made available to all churches when completed. 

II. Age-Level Recommendations 

We recognize the wide range of maturity levels within similar ages, and affirm the principle 
that our faith isn't solely dependent upon our intellect or our maturity. 

Nevertheless, we strongly recommended confirmation be determined by age, and not grade- 
levels, and that a minimum age of 11-12 be the standard. There appears little justification for 
bringing ten -year olds or under into full membership, excepting extraordinary circumstances. 

III. Length of Time 

(A) We encourage training to take place at times other than Sunday School or UMYF 
gatherings. We strongly urge that those in confirmation show an intentionality 
about this time and make adjustments in their schedules for this preparation. 

(B) We suggest a genuine learning experience requires a minimum of 12-16 sessions, 
at Vh hours each. But we recognize the actual amount of time in training will vary 
due to size of group and church experience. This may include time for fellowship, 
recreation, etc. 

(C) Though historically an Easter or Palm Sunday event, we encourage confirmation 
at a time other than these special days, so that the days themselves as well as the 
confirmation experience might not dilute the sacred uniqueness of each other. A 
highly meaningful time is Pentecost, or a Sunday set aside in the Fall. 

V. Involvement of Others 

(A) The Pastor is responsible for confirmation. (Paragraph 216.2) 

"The instruction for which the pastor is specifically responsible is confirmation prepara- 
tion and is a part of the fuller work of membership training." Though staff members and 
laity might contribute, it is THE PASTOR who carries accountability for confirmation 
training. 

(B) All parents should at the least be involved in some prior sharing and discussing 
with pastor before confirmation begins. We encourage some form of active par- 
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(C) Many other professional individuals and institutions might be the focus of ex- 
tended exposure and experience for the class. 

V. After Confirmation 

(A) Each confirmed should be asked to make a written covenant reflecting where she 
or he wants to grow in the faith and in what area of church life that person wishes 
to offer service. 

(B) Confirmands should be among those considered by the Nominations Committee 
for representation on board and council. 

(C) The previous year's confirmands are a valuable influence at this point, as they 
share their own experiences and journey with those now entering the full 
membership phase of their own faith. 

VI. Accountability 

We strongly urge all district superintendents to make confirmation a question of 
accountability at every charge conference. Two questions would be asked as follows: 

(1) How many youth in this charge age 11-12? 

(2) What has been done in the way of confirmation training? Describe the experience. 
It is our hope that with a renewed enthusiasm toward confirmation, we will begin to see 

more and more of our youth remain in the church, contributing as joyful disciples who seek to 
preserve and strengthen the church of Jesus Christ with "their presence, their prayers, their 
gifts and their service." 

H. A. Harrington, Chairperson 
Scouting Report 
As the Louisiana Conference Scouting Coordinator, I attended a week's training program at 
Philmont Scout Ranch, Cimarron, New Mexico during July, 1983. All nine District Coordinators 
were encouraged to attend seminar training meetings at Lake Junaluska and at Mt. Sequoyah. 
The Scouting Program has been placed under the Board of Discipleship. The nominating 
committee will be placing before the Conference, this year, the following persons to serve on 
the Conference Scouting Committee: Judge George Foote, Don Shelmire, Roscoe Jones, Chester 
Hurley, Tom M. Keith, Mrs. Betty Cobb, Victor Hancock, Brad Mayo, Marvel Kiel, Reed Simpkins, 
Mrs. Jeul Downs. 

In 1985, we plan a Conference Wide Training Workshop for District Coordinators and local 
church coordinators of Scouting Ministries. 

Henry Bowdon, Jr., 
Conference Coordinator 
Finally, we wish to express our appreciation to the members of the Conference Board of 
Discipleship who have served so faithfully during the quadrennium, especially those who have 
completed their term of office and will not be on the Board again. 

Byrl Moreland, Chairperson 
Donald R. Avery, Secretary 

Board Of Global Ministries 

The current quadrennium has been a significant one for Global Ministries in the Louisiana 
Conference. Church Extension has been revived and reconstituted after more than a decade of 
inactivity. Three new churches have been started, others are planned for the future. A program 
for local church revitalization is under development to enable the conference to make the best 
possible use of funds designated for this purpose. The FISH World Hunger program has 
matured, and graduates are now returning to their countries equipped with a PhD in an area 
of agricultural science to better enable them to help their own people grow food. A mission 
saturation event has been carried out, and every church has been asked to participate fully in 
Advance Special giving. Growth in giving to the Advance has been significant. Interpretation of 
the FISH program and of Conference Advance Specials has been provided through attractive 
brochures which have been widely distributed. Guidelines for Support Action Ministries 
projects and for the Revolving Loan Fund have been reworked to make these funds better 
servants of our mission. The Good Samaritan Offering has grown significantly, in part as a 



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result of effective promotion by our Health, Education and Welfare Committee. Disaster 
Response procedures have been revised to make us better able to respond quickly to natural 
disasters, and a growing number of persons involved in this aspect of our mission have received 
formal training for their work. Administrative costs have been held to a minimum as Board 
and committee members have voluntarily elected to accept less than the Conference allows for 
expense reimbursement. 

The board looks forward to the new quadrennium with increased expectation, that we may 
not only build on the work of this quadrennium, but also provide additional service to our 
conference in the fulfillment of our mission. 

L. Ray Branton, Chairperson 

Church Extension Committee 

Last June a pastor was appointed to organize a new congregation in North Kenner, Rev. 
Kathy Henderson. On the first Sunday in Advent, the Messiah United Methodist Church 
gathered for the first time. On Sunday, April 8, the new congregation was officially chartered. 
The first grant from the new Church Extension apportionment fund will be used for the 
purchase of property for the new congregation. 

The new Korean Methodist Church in New Orleans, served by Rev. Han Lee reports 
continued growth, weekly worship services and Bible study. Through the grant to the Board of 
Global Ministries for salary support for pastors of new congregations, grants have been made 
to the pastors of Messiah UMC, North Kenner, Korean UMC, New Orleans, and St. Andrew's 
UMC, Baton Rouge. 

The Conference now has four ways of assisting new congregations: (1) Century III, a 
program of gifts to acquire new land. Pledges of $100,000 were received in response to Bishop 
Shamblin's appeal when he itinerated the Conference in 1982, (2) Through Conference 
Benevolences allocation to the Board of Global Ministry, the Conference supplements the 
salary of a pastor appointed to a new congregation, and (3) Through the Church Extension 
and Revitalization apportionment adopted at. the 1983 Annual Conference Session, land sites 
will be acquired for future Methodist congregations. (4) Through the effective work of the 1000 
Club, funds are raised to help new congregations with the first unit of their church facilities. 
Support is provided pastors of new churches for salary, travel, utilities, pension and hospitali- 
zation for four years. Currently, support is $30,000 for the first year and decreasing 25% each 
year during the four year period. 

The committee has begun to develop guidelines for revitalization. The committee has also 
started collecting resources to aid local congregations in self study and long range planning. 
Such study of the congregation and surrounding community would be an integral part of 
applying for grants from the revitalization fund. Twenty percent of the apportionment 
adopted by the 1983 Annual Conference is designated for revitalization. 

The Committee has considered the guidelines suggested by the Council on Ministries for 
establishing new churches. The need for careful study, survey and planning by District Boards 
of Global Ministries, mission design teams to help to focus the mission of a new congregation, 
and a network of support for initial months are important factors in new church development. 

We continue to monitor new situations in cooperation with the District Boards of Global 
Ministries and the Cabinet to determine when situations are ripe for establishing new congre- 
gations. Among the areas that merit continued study are Carlyss, South Bossier City, West 
Monroe, the West Bank-Jefferson Parish, and East New Orleans. 

J. Philip Woodland, Chairman 

Disaster Response Comi nu.ee 

As a part of the Board of Global Ministries, the Conference Disaster Relief Committee 
provides funds to be used to relieve loss or suffer::^ caused by any natural disaster. The 
Conference Committee works closely in cooperation with other agencies such as the American 
Red Cross, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Church World Service and local 
ecumenical organizations to provide relief to disaster victims. During the past year we have 



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continued to meet needs with funds on hand from UMCOR and special conference funding 
received during the wide-spread flooding in late 1982 and early 1983. 

Training of clergy and lay persons for disaster response is also a responsibility of the 
Conference Disaster Committee. During the past year two disaster response workshops were 
held; one in south Louisiana and one in north Louisiana with a total of 19 participants. 
Resource persons were representatives frojn UMCOR, Mobile Urban Ministries, FEMA, Red 
Cross and the Louisiana Annual Conference. Participants received certification from Church 
World Service as qualified to respond to disaster. Plans are for these persons to make up a 
Disaster Response team with members located in various parts of the state. They will be 
organized to act immediately in crises situations. They will also work with local churches and 
interfaith organizations in their area to coordinate and organize response. 

Steven Spurlock 
Doris Sheppard 
Chairpersons 

Health And Welfare Committee 

The past year has been a significant increase in the Good Samaritan Offerings, as the 
suggested goals to the local churches seem to have been accepted by a number of congrega- 
tions who increased their giving. We have not, however, seen the achievement of the $500,000 
goal adopted by the Louisiana Conference. Indeed, about one-third of our churches never 
received the offering. It is our continuing concern to develop ways of impressing to the 
churches of Louisiana United Methodism the vital nature of these ministries and meet this 
financial goal. 

A number of approaches are progressively being unfolded to accomplish our aims. Among 
those already underway: the special mailing (in addition to Good Samaritan Flyers) and 
suggestion of a proportional goal, a speaker's bureau, and an honor roll of churches who meet 
or exceed their suggested goals. We intend to add District level promotional dinner, working 
with CCOM on using satellite capabilities, and working with the promotional consultant 
advising the Methodist Children's Home. A focus for 1 984, is to give People's Community Center 
a special financial boost. Those who are familiar with People's situation are aware that money 
is a particularly urgent problem at People's. While People's has taken a number of steps to 
update its financial policies and is exploring new promotional policies, People's needs special 
help in weathering the transitional period. While United Way has been of help in this matter, 
they need help from their Church — the United Methodist Church. 

Other continuing long-term goals are: 

— Program study and development in aging, persons with handicapping conditions, youth 
service, and/or others 

— Development of church-related volunteerism within Louisiana. 

Nominees for boards of directors of health and welfare institutions directly related to the 
Louisiana Conference have been submitted to the Secretary of the Conference. We move the 
election of all those who have been so nominated, and further move that their names be listed 
in the appropriate section of the Conference Journal. 

Mark W. Meier, Chairperson 



Hunger Task Force 

Two new dimensions were added to the Task Force's activities this conference year. A 
newsletter is sent to all churches in Louisiana four times a year. The newsletter is designed to 
be a connecting link among United Methodist Churches in Louisiana. Sharing of ideas and 
helping local churches stay informed concerning significant hunger issues are two primary 
goals of the newsletter. 

The other new dimension sponsored by the Task Force was a Hunger Convocation held in 
October at First United Methodist Church, Alexandria. Resource persons for this event 
included representatives from Bread For The World and The Hunger Project. 



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Twenty-seven persons attended this all-day event. It was evaluated as very helpful by the 
participants. The Task Force plans to make the convocation an annual event for our 
Conference. 

The Task Force has continued to promote the World Hunger Scholarship Program at L.S.U. 
(FISH). At the January meeting of the Board's executive committee, it was voted to submit this 
project to the general church for consideration as a General Advance Special. A reply from the 
General Advance Office had not been received as of this report's writing. 

The hunger meal will again be held at Annual Conference following the close of the morning 
session on Tuesday. 

Chris H. Andrews, Chairperson 

Promotion, Education And Cultivation 

The committee continues to seek ways to communicate to the local church the opportunities 
and the joys of being involved in mission. The general advance and individual church activities 
have been stressed, but a special emphasis has been given the Conference Advance specials. 
For Louisiana Methodists to answer God's call to be involved in missions, we must have the 
opportunity to understand the challenge. The promotional material must be put in our hands, 
we must know what our ministries are doing, we must see and hear our missionaries share 
experience. All conference agencies will provide such support to the local church and there are 
many fine mission interpreters available. We urge each church to schedule at least one of these 
each year and to have an ongoing mission emphasis program. 

In March 1985, a conference wide mission education event has been scheduled. It will 
provide National Board Interpreters to be with us for two nights, Sunday and Monday, meeting 
with each district in two main population areas. It will emphasize the advance and local 
church programming with the Conference Advance Ministries being presented by means of a 
new video presentation. 

This committee has made available some slide/ tape presentations and other materials 
which can be secured free from the Conference Resource Center, P.O. Drawer 3057, Baton 
Rouge, LA 70821; phone (504) 346-1646. 

Dulac Community Center, The Most Forgotten People, 19 min. 
The Revolving Loan Fund, 9 min. 
The Spanish Speaking Ministry in New Orleans, 
The Sermon Nobody Forgets, 17V6 min. 

Dulac Community Center, More About Dulac, a 1983 update, 4% min. 
The Louisiana Conference Advance, brochures describing each of our Louisiana Confer- 
ence Advance Specials; can be ordered in quantity as needed. 
Advance Information Center — used in conjunction with four card tables, provides a 

colorful way to display and distribute printed information. 
The Louisiana Conference has adopted the following Advance Specials* 
Bob Lay Memorial 1000 Club New Orleans Metro Ministries 

Conference Disaster Relief Fund Pendleton Memorial Methodist 

Dulac Community Center Hospital* 

Hughes United Methodist Center Peoples Community Center* 

Lafon Home* Retired Minister Home* 

Louisiana Methodist Children's Shreveport Metro Ministries 

Home* Revolving Loan Fund 

Louisiana Methodist World Hunger Spanish Speaking Ministries in 

Scholarship (FISH) New Orleans 

Methodist Home Hospital* Felicity Urban Outreach Program 

*These are recipients of the Good Samaritan Offering. 

This committee has thoughtfully and prayerfully considered each of these and recommend 
them to the Conference for support. 

Harold E. LaGrone, Chairperson 



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Revolving Loan Fund 
Finance Officer 

The finance officer of the Board of Global Ministries is charged with the responsibility of the 
bookkeeping and final approval of the expenditures of the various funds that the board 
receives from the Conference and national agencies. These funds, with the exception of the 
revolving loan fund, have committees that allocate the funds for each committee, but the 
finance officer reviews and approves the expenditures of the various committees as recom- 
mended by the Conference Council on Finance and Administration. 
As of February 29, 1984 the balances of the various funds are as follows: 

*Church Extension $142,055.29 

*Century Three 10,000.50 

**Support Action Ministry 30,762.10 

""Conference Disaster Fund 32,209.92 

*Revolving Loan Fund 23,497.74 

These funds are carried over each Calendar year. 
**This fund is pro-rated monthly and has a zero balance December 31st of each year. 
The funds that the board spends for the operations of its committees and the administration 
of the board are not carried over from year to year. In the Conference year of June 1, 1983 
through February 29, 1984, the revolving loan fund granted a total of $50,500.00 in loans to 
nine (9) churches and/or institutions. 

O. W. (Red) Marrs, 
Finance Officer 

Support For Action Ministries 

This year the Cabinet approved 13 S.A.M. Fund applications totalling $61,105.64. However, 
available funds totalled only $36,908. In an effort to fund as many projects as possible the 
Cabinet suggested that we implement the Board of Global Ministries' June 1983 recommenda- 
tion that the S.A.M. Fund Committee work with Dr. Samuel Walker and the Ethnic Minority 
Local Church Fund Committee in coordinating grants. Toward that end the following S.A.M. 
Fund applications which meet EMLC guidelines were turned over to Dr. Walker with his 
assurance that every possible consideration would be given these requests through EMLC 
channels. 

Project District 

Spanish Ministry NO/S 

Dulac U.M.C. NO/H 

Trinity — The Center NO/H 

Shreveport Metropolitan Min. S 

Project Care of 1st Street NO/H 

Scott Chapel BR/L 

We feel it is important that the various agencies in our Conference coordinate the limited 
resources which are available to us to support creative and substantive programming and 
ministry. We appreciate the cooperation of Dr. Walker and his committee in this situation. 

GRANTS FOR 1984 ARE AS FOLLOWS: 

Project Amount Year District 

Moss Bluff $ 3,345 lst LC 

Parker Pre-School 6,950 lst NO/H 

Rainbow Care Center 9,215 lst NO/S 

Shepherd Center 4,618 lst A 

Pecan Grove 2,180 4th NO/H 

Felicity Urban Outreach 7,835 2nd NO/S 

Christ U.M.C. 2,765 3rd NO/H 

36,908 

Kathy Henderson, Chairperson 



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DULAC COMMUNITY CENTER 

"More About Dulac," a new group of slides with sound to be added to the basic presentation 
about the Dulac Community Center is now available to churches through the Conference 
Council office in Baton Rouge. Put together by Jim Moore, a member of our Conference Board 
of Global Ministries and member of the St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Monroe, the 
slides update information on our mission program now entering its second half-century of 
service. 

Believe it or not, some people still do not know where Dulac is, let alone that we have the only 
missionary outreach taking place among Native Americans anywhere in Louisiana. It is one of 
those places where the land runs out, on one of the southern most edges of the state, 15 miles 
south of Houma in Terrebonne Parish. 

Roy Parfait, a Native American himself and a product of the Community Center, is the 
Director. More than half of its Board of Directors are Native Americans. Originated over 50 
years ago by the the Women's Division, it continues to receive support from them, through the 
National Division of the Board of Global Ministries. In addition to money they raise themselves, 
your gifts through Advance specials make our varied programs possible. Dulac Community 
Center is both a Conference and General Advance special. Many United Methodist Women's 
groups also take a special interest in the Center. 

The central depository for arts and crafts of the United Houma Nation, Dulac Community 
Center also features a Homestart program preparing children and families for meaningful 
entry into school. This program has been evaluated by the Terrebonne School System as 
playing a major role in cutting down on the number of drop-outs in the Indian school 
population. Roy Parfait is highly visible in the Dulac schools, exhibiting Indian arts and crafts 
and deepening their sense of cultural pride. The recreation programs, as well as meals for the 
elderly poor, emergency food distribution, Y-Teen, and the Miss United Houma National 
Pageant, are programs that continue to enrich the area. 

Look for Roy Parfait and his exhibit of Indian arts and crafts made by our own people at 
Annual Conference and at Festivals throughout the state, including the New Orleans Jazz and 
Heritage Festival. Show our slides in your church. Support us through the ADVANCE. 

John Winn, Chairperson 
LAFON HOME 

Lafon Home is a 1 17 year old institution which had its beginning in 1867 as the Methodist 
Assylum. It was incorporated in 1886 and the name, style and title became The Old Folks Home 
of The Methodist Episcopal Church. The name was changed again in 1895 to Lafon Old Folks 
Home of The Methodist Episcopal Church after Tommy Lafon a black philanthropist, donated 
$10,000 to the institution. In 1974 at a special session of the Louisiana Annual Conference in 
Baton Rouge, First Church, the name was again changed to Lafon Home of the Louisiana 
Annual Conference, United Methodist Church. 

By the time the Annual Conference commences we should have officially opened and be in 
business. An administrator (Edward Lang) was elected last November and has been on duty 
since January 1. Two hundred applications for jobs have been received by the administrator. 
He has been in contact with the proper state agencies and is at work fulfilling the requirements 
for Nursing Homes operations. Because of his experience the training required by the state was 
waivered. 

The interior is more than 90% complete, walls have been painted, tiling laid, and ordered 
merchandise has already begun to arrive. Landscaping should begin very shortly. The facility 
will open with 89 beds in keeping with the Certificate of Need registered with the state. A 
special service of Consecration will be held soon after the opening when all Louisiana Metho- 
dists will be invited to attend and view the new facilities. 

Samuel W. Walker, Sr. 
Chairman, Lafon Home Board 



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MacDONELL UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN'S SERVICES, INC. 

Statement of Purpose: 

1. To provide around-the-clock care, education and Christian nurture of neglected, 
dependent children in need of care outside their own homes. 

2. To insure that all children admitted receive the best possible care in a Christian 
environment. 

We have been serving in mission in South Louisiana since 1919 as a French Mission School, 
growing into asocial agency that cares for 36 children in crises. We have Laskey cottage for 12 
boys, Keener cottage for 1 2 girls and an emergency shelter that houses both boys and girls. The 
average population of the agency is generally capacity. Additionally, we do family counseling 
and are in the process of planning additional program changes. Throughout the last year we 
have had 60 children use our emergency shelter. Last year we gave 1 1 ,354 child care days plus 
counseling to parents of children both residential and non-residential as well as marital 
counseling. This includes emergency care as well as residential. 

Our Board members currently serving this mission are: The Reverend Vernon Fairley, 
President; The Reverend Joe Rountree, Vice-President; John T. Murray, III, Secretary; Rodney 
Serpas, Treasurer. Elected members are: Mrs. Walter H. Brock, The Reverend Alton Carr, Mrs. 
Chris H. Hall, Mrs. C. R. McCammon. Ex-Officio members are: Mrs. Robert Compton, Dr. Bonnie 
J. Offrink, The Reverend John Winn, Mrs. Cecil Read. Honorary members are: Mrs. Inez 
Chrisentery, Mrs. G. W. Dameron, Dr. Thomas H. Givens, Mrs. G. E. Laskey, Mrs. Elizabeth 
McGowan, Dr. D. C. Walther. 

Financial support for MacDonnell comes from the following: 

Board of Global Ministries $ 88,393.00 

Louisiana Church Sources 6,213.00 

Individual Contributions 27,263.00 

State of Louisiana 666,385.00 

We appreciate both your prayers and financial support throughout the years. And we are 
particularly grateful to the Women's Division for their support. 

Gerald J. Bridges, MSSW, ACSW, BCSW 
Executive Director 
The Reverend Vernon Fairley, 
Board President 
THE LOUISIANA METHODIST CHILDREN'S HOME 

We are pleased to report another year of successful service to children and families. In 1983 
we continued our trend of serving greater numbers of persons through the agency's various 
types of programs. 

Once again the number of children and youth referred to us was high — a total of 186. State 
agencies provided 91 of these referrals while parents provided 62. The remainder of those 
referred came by way of ministers, psychiatrists or mental health professionals and law 
enforcement offices. 

Numbers don't always tell the complete story. In spite of the large number of persons served, 
the MCH success story does not rest in numbers alone. Instead, the success rests in the quality 
of care provided to children, youth, and their families through all of these programs. The 
success rests in the lives touched and the opportunity for a fresh beginning given to each 
person we encountered. 

MCH received a total operating income of $1,396,820 during 1983. Contributions accounted 
for 28% of the total income with 23% of the income coming from interest earned by invested 
funds. The remaining 49% came from payments made on behalf of children in care either by 
families or by state agencies. 

The Board of Directors requests the following action by the Louisiana Annual Conference: 

1. The reappointment of Doug Williams, Jr. as Development Director and Chaplain. 

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3. The election of these persons to board membership with terms expiring in 1987: 
Rev. Alonzo J. Campbell Mrs. J. J. Hinton 

Mr. James Grey Rev. Charles B. Simmons 

Mr. R. E. Holladay, III 

Terrel J. Deville, 
Executive Director 
W. A. J. Lewis, President 
Board of Directors 
THE METHODIST HOME HOSPITAL 

The Methodist people of our Conference have shared Christian love with over two thousand 
abused children in the State of Louisiana during the last ten years. Last year we served two 
hundred forty-two children. As followers of Jesus Christ we have provided food, shelter, 
clothing, care, love and Christian example to children who have been beaten, burned, starved 
and rejected. We have done this work in cooperation with the State of Louisiana. The state 
brings us the children who need temporary shelter, paying for their basic expenses. Methodists 
add to that basic care by providing educational helps, social and psychological aid, recreation, 
entertainment and opportunities to participate in a local church life. 

Over the years we have not had adequate funds to do all that we wanted to do for these 
children. Our workers have, in a way, subsidized our program by working for very low wages. 
With your help we will be able to pay adequate wages and pay for our own program. 

We are involved in this program because we are called, as Christians, to minister to the 
suffering. Not only are these children we serve suffering but they are also innocent victims. No 
one can argue that these children deserve to be abused or that they could avoid being abused if 
they only tried to be better children. They cannot escape abuse on their own, so we provide a 
shelter in which they can be protected. Jesus said, "Whoever receives this child, receives me." 
Methodists have received Jesus in our Home in New Orleans because we are receiving His 
children. 

By action of the Annual Conference, approving a Resolution changing the name of this 
institution from the Methodist Home Hospital to "Methodist Home of New Orleans" was 
approved. A copy of the entire resolution and articles dealing with the governing of this 
institution are found under the section of Resolution in this Journal. 

Conrad P. Edwards, Superintendent 

METROPOLITAN MINISTRIES 

As an organ of missional outreach in a Church whose nature and mission includes com- 
munion with God and mankind through worship, fellowship and service, Metropolitan Minis- 
tries is center-stage encircled by a populace of great need. Hence, the Board committees have 
responsibilities of great urgency. 

The Agency has responded to the many who sought assistance with the basics: primarily 
food, shelter and utilities at a time when unemployment is high due to lack of marketable skills 
or industrial cutbacks. In addition there have been those who sought help with personal, 
family, financial (budgeting) problems as well as criminal justice system. 

Metropolitan Ministries has helped individuals find meaningful employment with Baptist 
Hospital, The Orleans Parish School Board, in domestic occupations, in Day Care Centers, with 
Cox Cable and in construction trades. 

The Agency has used the several means at its disposal to coordinate food services. Govern- 
ment food surplus was distributed during the first half of the year, 1983 when refrigeration 
and serving space was available. Food, including canned goods, and other articles for Thanks- 
giving baskets have been collected and distributed with an estimated value of two thousand 
($2,000.00) dollars. 

A loan for rent and utilities has been recycled four times, however, there is a present 
obligation of three hundred ($300.00) dollars. 

There has been consultation with the criminal justice system on three different occasions on 
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As an advocate of justice, morality and Christian development, Metropolitan Ministries 
planned and presented a "Youth Convo" that concluded with a summary from the youth that 
provided the Agency with the short range goal of peer tutoring at the institution of 
registration. 

Metropolitan Ministries was proud to sponsor lecture 'The Challenges and Responses of the 
United Methodist Church in the 80's." Retired Bishop Prince, A. Taylor, of the United Methodist 
Church was the guest lecturer. The nature and mission of the Church of the 80's challenge all to 
the wholeness of the true fellowship. The need is to strengthen the determination to respond 
through implementation of measures to meet the challenges. 

We take this opportunity to express appreciation to, The Board of Directors, Doctors William 
C. Blakely and Stone Caraway District Superintendents, and to all who shared in proposals 
whereby this Agency implemented the vision of the Kingdom to all mankind. 
RECOMMENDATIONS: 

( 1 ) That the Board establish program goals for execution in the current year in its effort to 
establish true community. 

(2) That each District Council on Ministries appoint a liaison person to the Board of 
Directors and/or the executive committee. 

(3) That the executive committee meet quarterly, as required by the By-laws. 

William R. London, Jr. 
PENDLETON MEMORIAL METHODIST HOSPITAL 

Since 1968 Pendleton Memorial Methodist Hospital has offered full service acute hospital 
care, ministering to the physical and spiritual needs of patients in the name and spirit of the 
Great Physician, Jesus Christ. Methodist Hospital is a 318 bed community hospital situated on 
23 acres in eastern New Orleans. As a non-profit organization, Methodist Hospital provided 
in-patient services to 12,427 patients during the last fiscal year. 1,972 babies were born at the 
Hospital during that time, and more than 20,000 patients visited the Hospital's Emergency 
Department. Methodist Hospital is served by a Medical Staff of 260 physicians and more than 
1,000 employees. 

Expenditures for last fiscal year totaled more than $34 million. Income from the United 
Methodist Churches total $10,700 last year. These contributions helped provide a part of the 
almost $530,000 worth of free and part pay care which Methodist Hospital provided last fiscal 
year. 

In accordance with the Hospital master plan, the Board of Directors is currently finalizing 
plans for a 4-story physicians office complex which will also increase hospital ambulatory 
services. Likewise, Methodist Psychiatric Pavilion is being planned to provide psychiatric and 
substance abuse services to thirty-six inpatients as well as significant outpatient counseling of 
a mental health nature. 

The Board of Directors has also initiated a plan of overall corporate restructuring. Coupled 
with defeasance of the existing bond issue, in process during early 1984, the new structure will 
allow for greater flexibility in the face of increasing health care competition, as well as 
additional possibilities for increased revenues through diversification. Methodist Health 
System Foundation, Inc. has been created to become r molding company for the Hospital and 
other subsidiary corporations. The new corporation will appoint the Boards of the subsidi- 
aries, including the Hospital, and prepare the Conference report in the future. Officers of the 
existing Hospital Board constitute the Methodist Health System Foundation, Inc. Board along 
with Charles McHale, legal counsel, and Lee Lawrence, Hospital President. 

Methodist Hospital requests the reappointment of Chaplain Paul Durbin as Chaplain and 
Director of the Department of Pastoral Care, and the reappointment of Chaplain Judy Nelson 
as Associate Chaplain. 

The Hospital submits for reelection to the Board of Directors the following persons: 
Panel of 1986-1987 

Mr. Charles O. Backstrom, Jr. Mr. Norwood N. Hingle, Jr. 

Mr. Willis A. Baker Frank P. Incaprera, M.D. 



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Mr. Fred H. Cathey Paul F. Naccari, Jr., M.D. 

Judge Thomas L. Giraud Mr. Don Rowland 

Dr. Elton Harrison Dr. Enrica Singleton 

A copy of the Annual Report will be available at the Conference session. 

Lee Lawrence, President 



PEOPLES' COMMUINITY CENTER 

I give thanks to God, and to our late Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin, for selecting me for this 
field of ministry. I have a dream that Peoples' Center might one day provide several programs 
of a community nature, but my initial objective has been to create a more positive public 
relations image of Peoples Center. Thus, our staff has set out to tell the "Peoples' Story" to all 
who would listen. We have visited churches, preachers meetings, U.M.W., etc. to speak and 
show visual materials about our program. Tremendous interest in our program has emerged, 
and cash donations have begun to flow into the center. Some churches have put us in their 
budgets for 1984. We have worked with the United Way, which has offered us a grant to assist 
us to improve our bookkeeping. We will put our bookkeeping on computer this year, which 
should further improve our record keeping. 

We have expanded our enrollment from 71 students in October, 1983, to 124 at present. We 
seek to create an atmosphere of warmth, professionalism and service with these children. 

Instructional staff has been trained in a two day workshop with a veteran teacher of the 
, Orleans Parish School System. Food Service and instructional staff have participated in a 
seminar led by certified personnel of the LSU Extension Service. 

In this brief period, we have obtained overdue raises for staff, made progress on needed 
maintenance such as plumbing and roofing, hired a certified teacher for evening tutorial and 
recreation programs, established a Ruth Carter Volunteer Group, and established positive 
contact with community schools and leadership. 

Staff shortages, facility security, and a low fee structure, are among short term problems we 
have sought to address. A fund raising drive is under consideration by the Peoples' Board for 
renovation, maintenance and needed salary increases. 

It is my hope that our zeal and Christian outlook will be even more effective as we minister to 
God's people at Peoples' United Methodist Community Center. 

Percell Church, Sr. 



RETIRED MINISTERS HOMES BOARD 

Our Conference now owns 33 homes (one of these is a duplex) and a six-unit apartment 
complex, providing homes for 60 persons. The three new homes in Bossier City are occupied by 
Mrs. Minnie Merle Caraway, Mrs. Pearl McKay, and Mrs. Barbara Scott & Larry. These homes 
were dedicated in June with Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin officiating. The Monrovia property in 
Shreveport and two pieces of property in Ruston were sold. 

We have built a new home in Vivian on a 50/50 basis with the Vivian Church. A large lot for 
this home was donated by Tom and Jane Pardue. It has been a pleasure to work with this 
church and their committee of nine wonderful people: Maurice Bauer, Chairman, Roy Bennett, 
Beverly Caldwell, Dr. Charles Caldwell, Willie Hartline, Howard Kibler, Eugenia Miles, Jane 
Pardue and Reverend W. E. Nolan. Reverend & Mrs. Bob Carter will be living in this new home. 

A nice large lot has been donated in Ruston by The T. L. James Company and we will build 
there in early 1985. For the year 1983 we received $52,639.34 in individual gifts, memorials & 
honorariums, churches, and the Good Samaritan offering. We are working with local churches 
in areas where there are homes and setting up a contact person to help look after the houses. 
This will be a big help in maintenance. A new survey has been made to determine the need for 
future homes. 147 ministers have responded with a request for 51 homes. Six homes are 
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Other Conferences continue to contact us inquiring about this unique Louisiana program. 
Our response is "We have this program because we have a sensit've, dedicated, loving, caring 
laity and a Cabinet who support this cause. Also, we have a Board of Directors (half laity and 
half ministers) who give unlimited service." Thank God for Christens who care enough to make 
a program like this possible. 

James L. Adams, Chairman 

ST. MARK'S COMMUNITY CENTER 

St. Mark's Community Center was established in 1909 by the Women's Society of Christian 
Service, Board of Missions, Methodist Church, U.S.A., as part of a nationwide movement to 
establish community centers in high poverty areas around the country. Today St. Mark's has a 
staff of over fifty persons and serves an average of four hundred persons each day through the 
following programs. 

Programs: 

Existing since 1909, RECREATION is the oldest program at St. Mark's, serving ap- 
proximately 150 young people daily through year round recreational activities including 
physical education, team sports, swimming, music and art, field trips, dance groups, tutoring, 
and interest groups. ST. MARK'S STREET ACADEMY is an alternative junior high school for 
seventy-five young persons who have dropped out or been put out of traditional school. SMSA 
offers individualized instruction and attention within the structure of the Workshop Way 
curriculum approach. Upon graduation from SMSA, students return to the public schools to 
complete their high school education. CHILD CARE RESOURCE SERVICE pursues the goal of 
quality care, education, and developmental guidance for young children through seven 
components including: ST. MARK'S COMMUNITY DAY CARE CENTER, serving seventy-five 
children between the ages of six months and four years; the DAY CARE TRAINING PROGRAM, 
providing training and job placement for persons interested in child care careers; the 
SUBSTITUTE TEACHER REFERRAL SERVICE; the FAMILY DAY CARE NETWORK; CHILD 
ADVOCACY; the TEACHER RESOURCE SERVICE, a materials warehouse; and EFFECTIVE 
PARENTING. YOUNG VOLUNTEERS IN ACTION (YVA) provides supervised volunteer work 
experiences for approximately two hundred and fifty young persons who are placed in various 
types of non-profit agencies around the city. 

TRAC (Treme Residents Against Crime) is a program developed and funded by the U.S. 
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention to mobilize neighborhood residents 
around the goal of preventing and reducing violent juvenile crime. 

ST. MARK'S CAMP offers twenty-three acres of wooded and clear land in Covington, 
Louisiana, for year-round recreational activities. The camp's facilities are used by each of the 
Center's programs and by other church and community groups. 

James Seymour, Director 

THE SPANISH AMERICAN MINISTRY 

New Orleans is a city of opportunities where thousands and thousands of people come every 
year. Many of them are struggling with a lot of problems and looking for someone who can help 
them. Among them the Spanish Ministry developed its activities, thinking of the opportunities 
of evangelism and social service. 

All the dates in the Christian calendar are observed, as well as those presented by The United 
Methodist Church. Our church is putting much emphasis on the Sunday School, as well as 
evangelism and stewardship, taking care of every aspect of the church and contributing to its 
causes. 

We have strengthened the work among the young people. During the year this group 
organized a prayer vigil. Also, this year we organized a group of senior citizens which now 
numbers fifteen. 

We continue giving special service to our community and help them in every need they have, 
such as translation service, distribution of clothes and food, and transportation to church, 
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We work with problems of alcohol and drug abuse in the community. In cooperation with the 
American Lung Association, we distribute materials in Spanish about the treatment and 
prevention of tuberculosis and the dangers of smoking. 

During this year we visited in some of the churches in order to promote the purpose and 
need of the Spanish Ministry, as well as our need for support and encouragement. 

We would like to thank the churches of Louisiana for all the support and special offerings 
given to this ministry. To all of you brothers and sisters our thanks and the petition of support 
and prayers for the next year. Thank you. 

Juan Sanfiel 



Board Of Higher Education And Campus Ministry 

During this past year the Board has completed its work on the Policy Statements and 
Guidelines for Campus Ministry. The statement gives a clear description of the role of the 
church on college campuses through the ministry of campus ministry. A list of fifteen 
objectives of the church's mission on campus and to the college community is given. The 
statement deals with organization, personnel, funding, and accountability. 

It calls for by-laws and constitutions from local Boards of Directors, gives guidance for the 
election procedures of local boards, and establishes policy regarding the appointment of 
campus ministers to local churches in addition to their principle appointment to campus 
ministry. 

In the area of personnel, guidelines are given regarding appointment procedures and 
qualifications. Standards are set for campus ministry; direction is given in regards to the 
relationship of the District Superintendent to the campus minister, or director, and to the local 
Board's personnel committee, and policy is set relative to involvement in ecumenical 
ministries. 

Policy regarding funding included such matters as budgets of local boards, reporting 
procedures of local boards to District Superintendents and the Conference Board of HECM, 
the funding of ecumenical ministries, guidelines for local churches interested in developing 
ministry on campuses where no full time ministries exist, direction for securing funding in 
addition to Conference support, policy on capital improvements, and guidelines for salary 
support for campus ministers. 

The whole area of accountability and reporting was clearly defined. The District Super- 
intendent will hold the local Board of Directors and the campus minister accountable in the 
same manner as the Superintendent holds the local pastor and local church accountable. 
Reports made to the District Superintendent at the annual meeting of the local board will be 
forwarded on to the Conference Board of HECM and to the General Board. 

A word of appreciation for the faithful service of Rev. Robert Wagener is in order. He served 
five and a half years at Tulane before he left the work there for another appointment. The 
ministry of the church at Tulane is stronger because of his personal ministry. Bob Townsend 
also deserves a word of appreciation for his many years of service in campus ministry. He first 
served at McNeese State University and then at Northwestern State University. Bob had served 
campus ministry for 1 2 years before he left this special ministry of the church. A word of 
thanks goes to Rev. Carol Winn who has been serving as campus minister at UNO, SUNO, and 
Delgado in New Orleans. She will be taking a leave of absence this next conference year. 

The support for higher education by the Louisiana Annual Conference has continued to 
ncrease. In 1982 the average per member support of campus ministry across the general 
church was 87 cents. The Louisiana Conference average per member support for the same year 
fas $2.38. It increased in 1983 to $2.64. In total amount given in dollars, our Conference 

inked second across the general church in 1982. 

Our support of our two institutions of higher education located within our Conference has 

len excellent. The Louisiana Annual Conference average per member support of Centenary 

Dllege in 1982, was $2.35, whereas, across the general church support of church-related 

)lleges averaged $1.41 per member. The average per member support by our Conference to 

entenary College in 1 983 was $2.70. In the total amount given to a college by a conference, the 



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Louisiana Conference in 1982 ranked ninth across the general church compared to twelfth in 
1980. It ranked second in the South Central Jurisdiction in 1982 in its support of church 
related colleges. In 1983 Centenary College received $375,808 from our Conference. 

Local churches across the conference have responded to the scholarship program in a very 
responsible and generous way. The total amount given in scholarships during 1983 amounted 
to $84,045 to Centenary. Every charge in the conference is encouraged to participate in a 
scholarship program to send students to Centenary College or Dillard University. 

Dillard University has fared better than Centenary College in the support it received from 
the United Methodist Church. In 1983 it received $375,606 from the Black College Fund and an 
additional $24,500 from the Louisiana Conference, a total of $400,106. Although Dillard does 
not belong to the Louisiana Conference as does Centenary College, the Conference has been 
generous in its support of Dillard University. 

The Board gave special review of the financial needs of Centenary College, Dillard University, 
and Campus Ministry (Wesley Foundation) and is of the firm belief that each is to be 
commended on its ministry in the name of the church. It is the recommendation of the Board 
to the Annual Conference that all three be funded at the same percent of increase for 1985. The 
Board recommends that the conference fund Campus Ministry (Wesley Foundation) for 1985 
as recommended by the Council on Finance and Administration which would be $485,000 for 
Centenary College, $53,000 for Dillard University, and $444,000 for Campus Ministry. 

The Board has established a new method for keeping track of our youth who leave home to 
attend college. All churches are now asked to send a list of graduating seniors, regardless of 
whether they plan to attend college or not, to the Conference Office during the month of 
February each year. The list will then be used by the Conference Office to notify all campus 
ministers, Centenary College, and Dillard University of all students who may be planning to 
attend a college. The list will also be used to develop a ministry to the single young adults in our 
Conference. 

The Board will again this year award a scholarship to a most deserving student. The 
scholarship will be for $600. This award has been made possible by the support given by local 
churches in our Conference to the United Methodist Student Day offering received each 
November. Brady B. Forman, Chairman 



Centenary College 

EQUIPS: "prepares for some particular duty or service; provides with everything 
necessary for an undertaking" (Webster) 

Seven years ago when Centenary College set about restoring virgor to its life, I called my plan 
"E. Q. U.I P. S." It is still our compass: we use it constantly to check if we are on course. 

Every church, a paid student. This is our first and chief goal — indeed, even more crucial, 
now! It overshadows all the rest. To do it, we commit ourselves wholeheartedly — all of us! 
But far more vital is our involvement: please let us know about the high school students in 
your church, so that together, we can reach our goal of "Every church a paid student." 

Quality unsurpassed. Many improvements have taken place on Centenary's campus, some 
visible, but the most important — in quality of student life, and in academic excellence 
—invisible. Centenary cares for your sons and daughters: trust them to us! 

Urgent austerity. To combat overspending and inflation necessitated hard measures. And 
the battle for austerity must continue! We must meet the financial challenges of the '80's. 

Increase of enrollment to 1200. The roller-coaster enrollment figures at Centenary College 
over the past few years point to the necessity of thorough recruiting efforts. We have 
excellent tools: a first-rate recruiting staff, qualify printed materials, up-to-date audio- 
visual presentations. It is time to get off the roller coaster and level off our enrollment. If 
you would help, we would be most grateful. Have an open house for students, put up a 
poster in your church, bring a student to Centenary for a campus tour: give us a call with 
your ideas! 



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Program for $20 million more endowment. Beginning with $6.5 million in 1977, we have so 

far built the endowment to a total of $18 million. So, we still have to raise $8.5 million to 

assure Centenary's study future through the 20th Century. 
Self-sustaining budget. The budget must be balanced every year. There is no alternative to 

this. It is always a squeaker: but this is our seventh year "in the black." Thanks, then, for 

your decimal gifts! 
"E. Q. U. I. P. S." is working, but we need your keen involvement to continue its success. 

Don Webb 

Dillard University 

Dillard University continues to be in the forefront in terms of educational initiative. 

This academic year, the University entered the high tech age with a program that stresses 
the application of computer technology in all areas of instruction. Project ACT (Application of 
Computer Technology) focuses on developing the computer literacy of the student body and 
faculty. 

With the aim of making its graduates more competitive in pursuing careers in business, 
industry and government, Dillard this year instituted a requirement that every student have a 
working knowledge of the computer and to be able to apply computer technology to everyday 
life. 

The University is also helping the faculty to acquire an understanding of how the computer 
can be used to improve instruction. In addition, several laboratories have been equipped with 
computers for use by faculty and students. 

The University this year also established a new Division of business Administration to meet 
the demands of its fastest growing area. The new division will increase the relevancy of the 
business program to the corporate community. 

In other areas, Dillard continues to have a positive cultural impact on the New Orleans 
community. The University's Arts Festival has featured a "Black and Minority Printmakers 
Exhibition," and exhibits of the works of sculptor Clifton Webb and painter Janel Nelson (a 
member of Dillard's faculty). 

Plays, special programs, sacred and secular concerts, and seminars have all been scheduled 
during the year. 

Samuel DuBois Cook, President 

Campus Ministry 

"These are the good old days!" The reports from across this conference bring good news of 
student life and ministry. The ministry at Tech reports over 200 attending their luncheons; 
large attendance at retreats and speaker's series; deputation teams out each week; and a 
remodeled building. Northeast high-lights its ministry with strong Sunday worship; much 
involvement with the Student Government and faculty; strong leadership in service ministries 
in addition to regular scripture study and theological discussions. The commuter campus 
ministries at UNO, SUNO, and Delgado have reported a lot of excitement and involvement in 
special programs such as luncheons, film series, "Mark Twain Himself speaking on "War and 
Peace"; evening lectures with nearly 600 attending; plus encouraging involvement in social 
agencies with academic credit. 

Southern University has shown some good responses to earlier contacts with faculty and 
students. An increase has been seen at forums, lectures, counseling, and devotions. They 
report recent repairs and equipment purchases has enhanced their ministry. Dr. David 
Trickett just recently came to the Tulane ministry. He has been working on mailing lists and 
drawing his program together with encouraging results. Special gatherings, programs, and 
trips have drawn people to the center. He has already become involved in the campus 
community and given special leadership. TUCM at LSU greeted Randy Nichols as its new 
campus minister and they have been busy with their programs and continuing their long 



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tradition of serving the Baton Rouge campus. Allen Burry from Nashville came in February to 
help TUCM do self-evaluation and planning. 

Barbara Duke is the new campus minister at Northwestern. She reports a warm spirit and 
effective witness through sports. Wesley's team has drawn much favorable attention. The 
ministry at McNeese has continued to grow and grow and draw new crowds to its outreach 
programs and special gatherings. Hammond is the place where Wesley houses the Crisis Phone 
Ministry. This ministry continues to bring good news to all persons by phone and personal 
contact. U.S.L. in Lafayette has grown beyond its building and is in the process of purchasing 
land and building an additional building. In addition to regular scripture studies, retreats, and 
Sunday evening Worship, Wesley served over 200 students Thanksgiving Day Dinner and 
sponsored a campus-wide "Death Penalty Day" to examine the issues; and near capacity 
luncheons. 

We are actively bringing the gospel message to and proclaiming within the university 
community that the message of God's love and power is a message for our times. We are very 
grateful to the many individuals and local churches that provide leadership and resources 
that allow these ministries to the mission to the campus. On behalf of the 10 campus ministers 
at state universities and the many students, faculty, and local boards of directors, thank you 
for your trust and support. 

R. Don Ross 

Perkins School Of Theology 
Southern Methodist University 

As I complete my third year as Dean of Perkins, it seems appropriate to review important 
changes that have occurred in curriculum, in community life, in our student body, and in 
support. 

1. By the time I arrived in 1981, the Perkins Senate had begun an extensive review of the 
curriculum which resulted in recommendations and revisions that have now been 
implemented. An emphasis on the integrated study of the Bible, taught jointly by Old and 
New Testatment faculty, is in place. A comprehensive course on Introduction to Ministry 
engages incoming students in a better understanding of both person and nature of 
ministry. The Intern Program was affirmed and strengthened in the context of overall 
curriculum. Each year 80 or more of our students are assigned to situations of practical 
ministry for experience and evaluation. 

Even with the changes in curriculum design, a full-time student can still graduate with 
three full-time years of study plus one semester of internship. Restrictions on student 
pastors have been lifted to enable capable students to graduate more swiftly. 

2. Essential to any effective educational program is an outstanding faculty and ad- 
ministrative staff. In the past four years, nine of our leaders have retired or departed, 
including C. Wayne Banks, L. Howard Grimes, H. Grady Hardin, J. B. Holt, Douglas E. 
Jackson, Claus H. Rohlfs, David Lowes Watson, James F. White, and our long-time Dean, 
Joseph D. Quillian, Jr. 

Coming to Perkins in various capacities have been Assistant Professors Susanne 
Johnson and Marjorie Proctor-Smith; Bert Affleck, Director of the Intern Program; Guy 
D. Garrett, Director of Academic Procedures; John C. Holbert, Director of Diaconal 
Ministry and Continuing Education; James E. Kirby, Dean and Professor of Church 
History; Roger L. Loyd, Associate Director of Bridwell Library; Lynn Mims, Associate 
Director of the Intern Program; Laura Randall, Catalog Librarian, Bridwell Library; Linn 
Richardson, Director of Recruitment and Admissions; Patty Evans, Assistant in 
Community Life. Bishop W. McFerrin Stowe continues a second term as Bishop-in- 
Residence, carrying also professorial duties in Church Administration. 
Four faculty members were honored by the SMU Board of Trustees by being appointed 
University Distinguished Professors. They are John Deschner, theology; Victor P. 
Furnish, New Testament; Schubert M. Ogden, theology; and Robert Anderson, organ and 
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3. The level of support from our Ministerial Education Fund has continued to be a 
significant part of Perkins' finances for which we are deeply grateful. Response by our 
graduates participating in the Perkins Alumni/ ae Loyalty Fund has grown from $29,000 
in 1981 to over $70,000 this year. Though the dollar income is significant, the level of 
participation is our most important achievement, having grown from 22% participation 
to better than 50% of alumni/ ae making gifts on an annual basis. 

Seeing the establishment of a professorial chair is a rare thrill for a school. Yet in the 
space of a little over a year, Perkins has seen the creation of three chairs, fully endowed 
and funded. First, the Lehman Chair in Christian Doctrine was announced in the spring 
of 1983; then the family of Lois Craddock Perkins announced their intention to establish 
a memorial chair in homiletics early in this year. The Texas Annual Conference fulfilled 
its pledge in response to the Bishop's Challenge of several years ago by establishing the 
Albert Cook Outler Chair in Wesley Studies in February. 

Plans are still underway to appeal to individuals to help build an adequate endowment 
for the operation of our Intern Program. Delegates to the Jurisdictional Conference will 
be given the opportunity to respond to a joint appeal by St. Paul and Perkins to further 
the cause of theological education in the South Central Jurisdiction. 

4. Coordinated within the area of community life and the new curriculum, patterns of 
worship in the Perkins community have been enhanced with the establishment of four 
daily opportunities for worship, beginning with Morning Eucharist, a service at noon 
and at 5:00 p.m., and a Compline service at 1 0:00 p.m. in the chapel. Students and faculty 
work together in leadership for each service. Another added dimension is the 
Interethnic Experience, designed to give each student the opportunity to be involved in 
a congregation of a different cultural background than his/her own. Each junior student 
has also been assigned to a formation group that provides for spiritual guidance and 
support by peers and faculty facilitators. High levels of participation attest to the 
importance of this format for personal and professional growth. 

5. Bridwell Library continues its growth towards the foremost resource center in 
theological research, adding 21,000 volumes to the collection in the past year alone. 
Unusual support from alumni/ae and friends provided for the acceleration or additions. 

6. This past year's total enrollment of 492 is the largest in three decades, reflecting the 
renewed efforts in the area of recruitment and admissions, and reversing a trend that 
had been established in the past decade. Enrollment is up in almost every degree 
category, but especially in the Diaconal Ministry and M.T.S. programs. In this year's class 
are 372 men and 120 women; 34 are Black, 15 are Hispanic, one is Native American, and 
23 are International. Students represent 18 denominations, with 349 United Methodist 
students from 46 conferences. Significant is the decline in the total number of women 
enrolling in each of the past three years, in contrast with the average of the United 
Methodist seminaries. 

Perkins continues to make a significant commitment to the financial aid budget, 
comparable to the highest among 13 United Methodist seminaries. 

7. Perkins Continuing Education opportunities featured both residential and group 
guided study enterprises involving over a thousand clergy persons each year, as the 
church increased awareness of lifelong education for its pastoral leadership. 

We are aware of the many ways in which former students and the lay constituency of the 
church have made significant contributions to the life of our community. The process by which 
we find new and better ways to educate persons for ministry continues to be challenging. 
Results come only through long and consistent work. Your support in all forms gives me a 
renewed sense of optimism about our ability to successfully complete the task. 

James E. Kirby, Dean 



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Saint Paul School Of Theology 

The 1983 year marked the beginning of the seminary's 25th year. Once again our Fall 
enrollment was very positive. There are 160 Master of Divinity students of whom 156 are 
full-time compared to 147 full-time last year. Fifty-eight persons are registered in the Doctor of 
Ministry program (53 a year ago). With special students (8) and 2 audit students, the total 
enrollment is 228 compared to 224 last Fall. Although this is a small increase, it is notable since 
last year's Fall enrollment was the largest Fall enrollment in the school's history. ActuaUy, the 
Doctor of Ministry enrollment has increased during the year to a total of over 70. The summer 
course of study school on our campus was also the largest in its history for the third 
consecutive year. A total of 147 students participated (127 in 1982 and 106 in 1981), of whom 
34 were women and 16 were ethnic minority. Twenty-one Annual Conference were repre- 
sented. 

Phase I of Emphasis 25, a $2 minion Major Funds Campaign coinciding with the seminary's 
25th year, was completed successfully in December 1983. Led by strong lay leadership, the 
campaign was supported by over 450 donors throughout a multiple state area. The three-year 
commitments broaden Saint Paul's support and undergirds basic programs and personnel, as 
well as the development of the Lindsey Pherigo Chair in New Testament. Saint Paul graduates 
have assumed major leadership towards the Pherigo Chair, including $65,000 in alumni/ae 
commitments. Phase II of Emphasis 25, projected as a $3 million effort, is in process with 
various annual conferences. At this time approximately $1.5 million is committed through 
apportionments and askings over a six -year period. Three-fourths of these funds are 
earmarked for endowment and one-fourth for campus improvements. 

Dr. Young Ho Chun, a member of the Northern New Jersey Conference of the United 
Methodist Church, has joined the Saint Paul faculty in theology. Dr. Chun is a native of Taejon, 
Korea, and brings a rich background of personal and international resources to the seminary 
and to all whom we serve. He is the second full-time ethnic member of the faculty. Personnel 
has also been strengthened administratively in financial aid and development. 

The seminary has managed a balanced budget during the past two academic years. The 
1983-84 budget of $2,512,429, the largest in Saint Paul's history, is strengthened by increases in 
student tuition and by the strong Ministerial Education Fund performance of the United 
Methodist Church. The MEF provides almost 25 percent of our budget. This annual report is an 
expression of gratitude to each person and to each congregation for this indispensable 
support. 

The church's commitment to theological education through the Ministerial Education Fund 
is multiplied many times over through graduates of the seminary, as well as the resources 
represented through faculty, staff, library/learning center, and continuing education pro- 
grams. Each year Saint Paul School of Theology strives to give back to the church a greater 
"return" of service in response to the Ministerial Education Fund and to the other ways in 
which you constantly touch our lives with support and nurture. 

Wm. K. McElvaney 
President 



Candler School Of Theology, Emory University 

Founded to serve church and community nearly 70 years ago, the Candler School of 
Theology at Emory University is an institution of the Southeastern Jurisdiction of The United 
Methodist Church. In its philosophy and in its objectives Candler is committed to the 
theological education and preparation of men and women for local church ministry. Candler 
has attracted national recognition as one of the country's leading seminaries in this area. 
Through the dedication of its distinguished faculty, its excellent facilities, and its compre- 
hensive resources, Candler is endeavoring to address the needs of the United Methodist 
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Again this year, Candler's total enrollment increased, bringing the number of students 
matriculated to 671, our largest ever. While students come from across the nation and around 
the world and represent more than thirty denominations, the great majority (80 percent) 
come from and return to serve United Methodist churches in the Southeast. 

Reflective of the church itself, Candler's student body included 154 women and 64 members 
of minority groups. While the majority seek admission to the Master of Divinity program, others 
enroll in one of our other degree programs: the Master of Theological Studies; the he Doctor of 
Sacred Theology in Pastoral Care. Recently, Candler's curriculum was cited by the Association 
of Theological Schools for its academic and clinical excellence. 

This year we were pleased to appoint an additional faculty member in Sociology of Religion 
and are currently searching for a person to fill a chair in Church Administration and 
Leadership. 

This year also marked the launching of the Center for Servant Leadership. Under the 
direction of Bennett J. Sims, the program seeks to enrich the lives of executive men and women 
in business, industry, public service, the professions and religious institutions and to provide 
these managers with a healthy religious perspective that can inform decision-making. The 
program is designed to help leaders examine their roles in light of the moral and spiritual 
understanding of their work and to assist them in a refreshing assessment of their vocation. 

Candler had the honor of hosting two major scholarly events this past year. The first was the 
symposium on the future of Methodist Theology. This week-long event in August, 1983, 
generated significant discussion among 123 Wesleyan scholars from across the country who 
attended — discussion that will no doubt continue. 

The second event was a major international symposium on the contribution of Martin 
Luther to the modern world. This symposium was held on the occasion of Luther's 500th 
birthday and brought together scholars from Germany and the United States. 

Candler today stands at the frontier of ministerial education. Your conference and your 
local churches have and continue to play a critical role in enabling us to succeed at our task. 
Specifically, through your support of the Ministerial Education Fund, Candler receives more 
than 30 percent of its annual income. Without this financial assistance our commitment to 
excellence in preparing men and women for local church ministry would suffer greatly. 

We thank you for your past support and your continued assistance. 

Jim L. Waits, Dean 



Board Of The Laity 

The Conference Board of the Laity, through its support of Conference programs, hopes to 
involve laity throughout the Conference in meaningful and effective lay ministry. As 
Conference Lay Leader, I've had the opportunity to visit many congregations during the past 
year, and I am pleased to report that the challenges facing Christians today are being met by 
lay people who recognize their Christian responsibilities. 

The Board continues its support of the Bob Lay Memorial 1000 Club, under the excellent 
leadership of Mr. "Woody" Atkinson. Three times ayear 1000 Club funds are appropriated to a 
new church or one in transition. For each of the past two years the 1000 Club has furnished 
$75,000. In the past 31 years, $1,410,000 has gone to 90 churches. The Board of the Laity 
supports the idea of building new churches and feels there is a dire need for them throughout 
the Conference but particularly in the growing population areas. 

The Daughenbaugh-Matheny Scholarship Program offers educational opportunities to 
students who plan to enter full-time Christian service at either Centenary College or Dillard 
University. 

The Christian Care Program, a volunteer based ministry, meets the needs of troubled 
adolescents and children residing in group homes. The effort has been well received and many 
lay persons have made valuable commitments to the program. Istrouma United Methodist 
Church has donated space in their facility to be used as the activity center for the program. 
Presently, a well-rounded athletic program is being offered there, with volunteers serving as 



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instructors. Volunteers from local congregations also serve as tutors, helpers, transporters, 

and "friends" at the individual group homes. Conference-wide involvement in the Christian 

Care program is encouraged by the Board. 

If our office, located in the Conference Headquarters Building, can be of service to you or 

your congregation, please do not hesitate to contact the Office of the Conference Lay Leader, 

P.O. Box 3057, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 7082 1 . 

Richard H. Baker, 
Conference Lay Leader 



Board Of Ordained Ministry 
Committee On Associate Members and Local Pastors 

"License to Preach Schools" for Local Pastors will be held on successive Saturdays, January 
5-March 2, 1985, at First Church, Baton Rouge and Trinity Church, Ruston. 

Spring interviews of Local Pastors will be conducted March 12, 1985 in Baton Rouge and 
March 13, 1985 in Alexandria. 

Appreciation is expressed to all local pastors for their splendid cooperation and for the 
effective jobs they are doing in the work of the local church. 

Conrad P. Edwards, Chairman 

Committee On Caring And Counseling 

Our committee is very grateful to the ministers of our Conference for their fine response to 
our "Spiritual Life Bank Request Form," during the fall of 1983. Due to the limitation of the 
quantity of response to our request, we are hesitant to publish the data that we received. 
However, the feedback was strong, positive, and broad-based in theology. With the above- 
stated thoughts in mind, we would like to recommend that every District Superintendent 
insure that a minister on their district be responsible for Spiritual Life Development. 
Furthermore, we suggest that the individual assigned this responsibility would be a part of the 
District Council on Ministries. 

Other committee recommendations to the 1 984 Session of the Louisiana Annual Conference 
are as follows: 

1 . That every district conduct a Spiritual Life Retreat for ministers within their districts for 
the purposes of spiritual and moral support. 

2. That the 1985 Pastor's School include a section or workshop on the relationship of 
Pastors and Retired Ministers in local churches. 

3. That all ministers who are considering retirement within the next ten (10) years or the 
immediate future attend the 1985 Conference Pre-Retirement Workshop. 

4. That all Pastor-Parish Relations Committees give consideration to the providing of a 
"Service of Welcome to Our Church and Community" or a "Reception of Welcome to Our 
Church and Community" for their newly appointed or reappointed minister(s). 

5. That all new ministers attend the Conference Workshop for new ministers which will be 
in June at the Conference Headquarters Building in Baton Rouge. 

Pre-Retirement Workshop will be held in cooperation with the Conference Board of Pensions 
during the month of February, 1985. 

A "New Ministers" Workshop will be held toward the end of June, 1984. This, too, is a 
cooperative venture with the Board of Pensions. 

Dr. Henry Blount has replaced Dr. Charles Blair (deceased) as one of our counselors. 

We are in the process of developing a program in the area of Spiritual Growth and 
Enrichment. 

Alonzo Campbell, Chairman 



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Committee On Chaplains 



We now have a current, up-to-date list of appointments beyond the local church. Walter 
Worthy was endorsed as a Chaplain during the year, and Henry Pickett is working on an 
endorsement by the Board of Higher Education and Ministry. Work is also progressing to 
secure endorsement for part-time chaplains. 

Roland Friedrich, Coordinator 

Committee On Continuing Education 

We recommend that two Continuing Education Units remain the one-year minimum 
achievement for each minister. Credits for C.E.U.'s are awarded for each calendar year. There 
shall be no accumulation of C.E.U.'s from one year to the next. All inquiries as to approved 
Continuing Education Units should be addressed to Rev. Deen Thompson. 

C.E.U. Certificates are to become a part of the pastor's record at the fall Charge Conference, 
and that such certificates be made a part of the pastor's report to the District Superintendent, 
who will then forward a record of each pastor's C.E.U.'s to the Chairperson of the Board of the 
Ordained Ministry Committee on Continuing Education. 

The Board of the Ordained Ministry still recommends that the Conference financial 
resources for Continuing Education be used to assist groups such as district and Conference 
organizations in contrast to individual grants. The Board will strive to lower registration fees 
for such events to a minimum. Pastor-Parish Relations Committees are encouraged to give 
their pastors financial assistance for travel, room and board. 

All conference and district groups planning events that may qualify for Continuing 
Education credit are advised to consult with the Conference Committee on Continuing 
Education for financial and/or publicity assistance. 

In an attempt to meet a variety of needs and broaden the opportunities available, the 
Committee on Continuing Education will be sponsoring two events in 1984: 
PASTOR'S SCHOOL — "The Meaning and Means of Ministry" August 6-9 at Centenary 
College. Dr. Manfred Hoffman will be the keynote speaker. Lectures, seminars and 
workshops dealing with "ministry: theory and practice" will compose the make-up of 
Pastor's School. 
FALL SPIRITUAL LIFE RETREAT — This retreat is being designed for October or 
November 1984. Additional information and/or brochures covering both these events will 
be made available through the Conference "Coverage" mailings. 

L. Deen Thompson, Chairperson 

The Board of Ordained Ministry is grateful to our Bishop and his Cabinet, the ministers of the 
Conference and the Pastor Parish Relations Committees of our churches for their support and 
cooperation. Our task has been made much easier because of your positive response and 
participation. 

Alfred L. Norris, Chairman 

Committee On Training And Orders 

STUDENT IN SEMINARY 

— The BOM makes aid grants to students in United Methodist seminaries who: have enrolled 
in the Candidacy Process and are in their First Professional Degree Program. 

— Aid grants are also made to students in non-Methodist seminaries which are approved by 
the University Senate who have been elected to Probationary Membership. 

— Aid grants are made for three years or six terms. 

— The aid grant cards must be requested from the student's District Superintendent, signed 
by him, validated by the School Registrar and returned to the address requested on the 
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PROCESS FOR PROBATION MEMBERSHIP 
THROUGH COMMITTEE ON TRAINING AND ORDERS: 

Each fall all known seminary students are sent a biographical data sheet. They may 
apply for a Conference Probationary Relationship by returning this information. 

They must have completed their candidacy by the previous Annual Conference — (This 
record is kept in Nashville.) 

They must have completed V2 of their seminary work toward their first professional 
degree in a seminary approved by the University Senate. 

If their District Committee on Ministry approves their request, they are given a packet of 
materials and instructions. 

This includes: 

1. Form V: Application for Probationary Membership. 

2. Standard Recommendation Form from Seminary. 

3. Questions from PH 414.7 of the Book of Discipline- 1980. 

4. They must send: a sermon from a prescribed text. 

5. Medical History Report. 

6. Addresses for place to have required Psychological Evaluation done. 

7. They must send: Full transcript of undergraduate school showing degree received. 

8. They must send: A Seminary Transcript showing at least l h of their work complete. 

9. They must send: Photo of themselves. 

This material is returned to the Registrar, reviewed, given to C.O.T.O. members that they 
may be prepared for an interview at the Spring Retreat. 
The candidate is notified as to the Committee's recommendations. 

PROBATIONERS IN SEMINARY 

They are sent an Annual Progress Report which is reviewed by the C.O.T.O. 

PROBATIONERS REQUESTING FULL MEMBERSHIP 

— Must have completed all educational requirements of the Discipline and the C.O.T.O. 

— They must be serving in a full time appointment. 

FULL MEMBER CANDIDATES IN FIRST YEAR PROCESS 

— Attend Fall Retreat — Relational Interview. 

— Complete Disciplinary Questions PH 425. 

— Complete one case study — assigned. 

— Tape and write out a sermon (own text). 

— Have full transcript sent to the Registrar. 

— Winter In-Parish Visit (A C.O.T.O. visit with candidate, P.P.R.C. and D.S.) 

— Attend Spring Retreat — Evaluation Interview. 

FULL MEMBER CANDIDATE IN SECOND YEAR OF PROCESS 

— Attend Fall Retreat — (feedback) 

— Complete questions from PH 424 

— Attend Theological Reflection Day (Doctrinal Questions) 

— Do sermon from text (assigned) 

— Have physical 

— In-Parish Visit (second); 

— Spring Retreat — Final Interview and recommendations. 

Transfers From Other Denominations 

Those seeking a Conference relationship from another denomination should meet with the 
District Superintendent and the District Committee on Ministry, who will inquire with them 
according to PH. 428, and if recommended should be assigned a supervisory person. If the 



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person seeking a Conference relation has suitable credentials according to PH. 428 and meets 
educational requirements 415 and 416 they must be recommended in writing on the basis of a 
three-fourths majority vote of the District Committee on Ministry (414.3) to the Board of 
Ministry within 90 days of Annual Conference. This allows time for them to meet the 
requirements of Probationary Status on the same track as others. The Board of Ministry guides 
them in the fulfillment of PH. 414.4 following. 

The independent course of study of United Methodist History, Doctrine and Policy may begin 
at any time. It is given through the Division of Ordained Ministry, P. O. Box 871, Nashville, 
Tennessee 37202. The cost is about $50.00 per unit. This study and any other educational 
requirement must be complete before beginning the two year board guided program for 
probationers toward full connection. 

Bert Scott, Chairman 
William D. Peeples, Registrar 



Board Of Pensions 
Report No. 1 
MINISTERS RESERVE PENSION FUND (MRPF) 

We recommend: 

1. That the funded annuity rate for 1985 be set at $200.00 per service year. Benefits to 
surviving spouses of ministers shall be 70% of the annuity rate. 

2. That there be apportioned to the charges of the Louisiana Annual Conference the 
amount of $700,000 to be pro-rated on the Conference Decimal. 

3. Total past service liability (prior to 1985) amounts to $13,347,196 and our 1985 
payment, based on a seventeen year amortization, is set at $1,273,916 to be funded as 
follows: 

Conference Apportionments $700,000 

Interest income from Woolworth Foundation, 

Pension Crusade Funds, and other sources $573,916 

4. In the event that a church is delinquent in its apportioned pension payment, the amoun t 
shall be charged against the annuity account of the minister serving at the time of such 
delinquency and shall be deducted from his/her annuity claim at the time of that 
minister's retirement or prior decease. Ministers who have claims against their pension 
credits because of non-payment for service in prior years may pay the rate due during 
those years, plus 6W% interest compounded annually, and upon payment in full, shall be 
eligible for pension credit and benefits for those years of service. 

THE MINISTERIAL PENSION PLAN (MPP) 
We recommend 

1. That participants shall be all ministerial members of the Louisiana Annual conference 
and local pastors under episcopal appointment to a charge. 

2. That Participants Plan Compensation is the sum of: Cash Salary received from church- 
related sources; Housing Allowance, or when a parsonage is provided, 20% of the cash 
salary as the approximate value of that parsonage; and any tax-deferred annuity 
program. 

3. That the church's contribution base be set at 12% of the Denominational Average 
Compensation (DAC) as determined annually by the General Board of Pensions (the 
1984 DAC is $19,416.00). However, if a participant's compensation falls below the DAC, 
the participant's salary paying unit shall pay 12% of actual compensation and the CPP 
shall make a special alloc ation so that the contribution credits will be based on the DAC. 

4. Contributions for each participant shall be paid directly by the paying unit to the 
General Board of Pensions, 1200 Davis Street, Evanston, IL 60201. 

5. Any local church that becomes delinquent in payment will have until September 20th of 
the following year to satisfy payments. 



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6. Participants shall contribute 3% of Plan Compensation to the MPP on a regular basis 
with remittances made directly to the General Board of Pensions. This maybe done in 
either of two ways; 

a. The minister may send his personal check, along with the General Board remittance 
form, directed to his regular account. 

b. The minister may have his employer make direct deposits (up to 15% of cash salary) 
in a tax-deferred annuity account, in accordance with Federal Government 
regulations (further information concerning the tax-deferred deposit plan may be 
obtained from The General Board of Pensions, 1200 Davis Street, Evanston, IL 
60201). . 

C. THE COMPREHENSIVE PROTECTION PLAN (CPP) 
We recommend: 

1. That participants shall all be ministerial members of the Louisiana Annual Conference, 
and local pastors under episcopal appointment, who are receiving at least the 
equivalent of the Conference equitable salary. Part-time ministers, probationary 
members appointed to attend school, and certain members on sabbatical leave may 
become participants under special arrangements. 

2. That the churches contribute, on behalf of each participant, an amount equal to 4.4% of 
the actual compensation plus 20% housing up to a DAC maximum and make 
remittances directly to the General Board of Pensions in conjunction with MPP 
payments. 

3. Disability benefits: 

a. A monthly disability benefit will be payable to the participants equal to 40% of the 
DAC. 

b. The church contribution to the MPP on behalf of the participants shall be continued 
from the CPP. 

4. The Death Benefit Program (DBP) Plan C shall be continued with funds from the 
Conference Pension Program. This supplement to the CPP provides the following 
benefits: 

a. Minister — The benefit is 225% of the DAC ($43,686.00 for 1984) if death occurs 
before age 47. It decreases 7W%> annually to no less than 60% of the DAC at age 68 and 
remaining thus until retirement. At retirement the benefit becomes 30% of DAC 
($5,824.80 for 1984.) 

b. Spouse — Coverage in the event of the death of a spouse (minister surviving) is 15% of 
the DAC ($2,912.40 for 1984.) This applies to both active and retired. In the event of 
the death of a surviving spouse the beneficiary receives 10% of the DAC ($1,941.60 for 
1984.) 

c. Children — In the event of the death of a child who is at least 14 days of age and less 
than 19 years, the participant receives $1,500. 

d. Other dependent benefits — Information for children's educational and/or disability 
benefits may be obtained from Dr. J. J. Caraway, Conference Director of Financial 
Affairs, P. O. Box 3057, Baton Rouge, LA 70821. 

D. COMPREHENSIVE MAJOR MEDICAL BENEFIT PROGRAM 
We recommend: 

1. That the Conference Board of Pensions be authorized to act for the Louisiana 
Conference in providing hospitalization and medical expense group insurance for the 
ministers and full time employees of the churches and institutions. 

2. That changes may be made in the carrier of the program between sessions of the Annual 
Conference by the Conference Board of Pensions with approval of the Council on 
Finance and Administration and the Cabinet. 

3. The Present Program 

a. Comprehensive major medical benefit with Blue Cross of Louisiana (as of 1-1-84), 
Group Policy No. 72728000/72728001. 



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Benefits — a resume of Group Policy No. 72728000 (under 65) for ministers in 
effective relationship and full time employees, their spouses and dependents. 

(1) After a deductible of $200 per person (a maximum of three (3) deductibles per 
family,) 80% of the first $2,500 of eligible medical, hospital, and prescription 
drugs will be paid. However, if two or more covered members of your family are 
hurt in the same accident, only one deductible must be met before Major Medical 
will pay claims on medical bills resulting from that accident for the rest of that 
year. 

(2) After expenses reach $2,500, 100% of such medical expenses covered by the 
policy will be paid. 

(3) Fifty percent (50%) of allowable expenses for mental and nervous disorders are 
covered. Payment is limited to $5,000 in one calendar year. Treatment for 
alcoholism and/or drug abuse is excluded. 

(4) The lifetime maxim um benefit is $ 1 ,000,000 for the insured and each dependent. 
However, up to $2,500 of the maximum will be restored per calendar year. 

(5) A condition or symptom that existed before your coverage began (whether the 
diagnosis of the condition was established or not) will not be covered until a 
waiting period of one year (365 days) has been served. Refer to page 9 of the 
booklet "Your Comprehensive Major Medical Benefits and How to Use Them" for 
specific exclusions. The above exclusions do not apply to those who entered the 
program from HMEP on 1-1-84, or to maternity care. 

Dental Care, Basic Coverage 

(1) After a deductible of $50.00 per person, applicable to the level of dental care per 
calendar year, except for services under Endorsement A, payment will be: 

Endorsement A — Oral Surgery — 80% 

Endorsement B — Diagnostic and Preventive — 80% 

Endorsement C — Simple Restorative — 80% 

Endorsement F — Periodontics — 80% 
of the Usual or Customary charge, whichever is less, or the Reasonable charge for 
covered services rendered by a Dentist, up to a maximum payment of $1,000.00 
during each calendar year for each person covered. The monthly cost ($3.96 for 
individual and $10.88 for individual and dependents) is included in the 
Comprehensive Major Medical Benefits premium listed below. 

(2) Dental Waiting Period: There is a waiting period of three months on Endorse- 
ment A, C, F. 

Premiums (under 65) for the period January 1, 1984-December 31, 1984 
Under age 65: All ministers, dependents, as long as he/she is serving in an effective 
relationship; and full time employees and dependents. 

Minister or Employee 936.00 annually 78.00 monthly 

Surviving Spouse Only 936.00 annually 78.00 monthly 

Minister or Employee and Family 2,496.00 annually 208.00 monthly 

Surviving Spouse and Family 2,496.00 annually 208.00 monthly 

Payment of Premiums 

(1) Remittances shall be sent monthly in advance to Dr. J. J. Carraway, 527 North 
Boulevard, Baton Rouge, LA 70802, using the Conference Computer Remittance 
form and reporting on line item 3700. 

(2) The Conference board of Pensions shall pay Vz of the Comprehensive Major 
Medical Benefits premium for a surviving spouse, and dependents, under age 65. 

(3) It is recommended that V2 the Comprehensive Major Medical Benefits premiums 
be paid by the local church, agency, or institution being served by a minister in an 
effective relationship, and the minister shall pay V2 the premium. 

(4) The local church, agency, or institution may pay all premiums of the Compre- 
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f. Participation 

Participation in the Comprehensive Major Medical Benefit Program is required of all 
ministers who become effective members of the Conference after June 1, 1984. It is 
required that the churches they serve provide one-half the premium cost. 
Exceptions can be made only by approval of the Board of Pensions. 

g. Cancellation of Comprehensive Major Medical Benefits 

Should a member of the plan become three (3) months in arrears on payment of 
premiums, his/her coverage will be discontinued and they shall be notified by mail. 
Reinstatement will not be permitted for one full year, at which time payment for the 
amount in arrears plus one (1) month payment in advance must be remitted. Also, 
participants who have been discontinued for non-payment may not be reinstated 
without the approval of the Executive Committee of the Conference Board of 
Pensions, and the filing of a current medical report. A participant should be aware 
that such a report might deprive him/her of coverage for certain existing ailments, or 
may even make him/her ineligible for reinstatement into the program altogether. 

h. Reporting Comprehensive Major Medical Benefits Claims 

Claims are to be filed with Blue Cross of Louisiana, P. O. Box 15699, Baton Rouge, 
Louisiana 70895. Telephone (504) 272-2700. 

i. Blue Cross 65, Group No. 72728-001 (over 65) 

(1) The General Board of Pensions is authorized to withhold from annuity checks 
the monthly premium rate for annuitants enrolled in Comprehensive Major 
Medical Benefits. Those enrolled in other health and medical insurance 
programs shall submit to the board written evidence of having adequate 
coverage. 

(2) Reporting claims on Blue Cross 65, No. 72728-001: 

Claims are to be filed with Blue Cross of Louisiana, P. O. Box 15699, Baton Rouge, 
Louisiana 70895. Telephone (504) 272-2700. 

(3) Prescription Drugs (self-administered) Claims for persons with Blue Cross 65 
Group No. 72728-001 coverage: 

a. The Conference Board of Pensions will pay 80% of prescription drugs after a 
$50.00 annual deductible per person. 

b. Prescription drug claims only for those with Blue Cross 65 coverage are to be 
mailed to the Conference Office, 527 North Boulevard, Baton Rouge, Louisi- 
ana 70802. 

(4) Cash register receipts or cancelled checks are not accepted as bills. Be sure to 
send a copy of the bill from the drug store with your individual name and RX 
number on the bill. We recommend that you retain a copy of all claims and bills 
for your personal records in the event you need them for future reference. 

(5) Premiums (over 65) for the period January 1, 1984-December 31, 1984 
Over 65, Policy No. 72728-001, and prescription drugs. 

Minister $515.76 annually $42.98 monthly 

Spouse $515.76 annually $42.98 monthly 

Surviving Spouse $515.76 annually $42.98 monthly 

(6) Retirees must be enrolled in Medicare and Medicaid (where applicable) in order 
to be eligible for Comprehensive Major Medical Benefits. 

Report No. 2 

Grants 

1. Recommend that grants for dependents be continued to: Robert Ezell, Beulah Irving, 
James Knight, Jr. 

2. Recommend renewal of a special grant from Conference pension funds be made to Rose 
P. Carithers for the year June 1, 1984-May 31, 1985, in an amount based on her eleven 
(11) years service, as a full-time local pastor, times the current annuity rate. 



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3. Recommend that a special grant from Conference pension funds be made to Mrs. G. W. 
Pomeroy as additional surviving spouse benefits for three (3) years annuity credit 
incorrectly denied her husband heretofore for service to the Conference. 

4. Recommend that a special grant from Conference pension funds be made to Elias W. 
Sandel in an amount equal to nineteen (19) years annuity credit at the rate of the year of 
his withdrawal (1970) for service within the Conference, to be paid June 1, 1984-May31, 
1985. 

5. Recommend that a special grant from Conference pension funds be made to Nicholas D. 
Pearce in an amount equal to ten (10) years annuity credit at the rate of the year of his 
withdrawal (1968) for service within the Conference, to be paid June 1, 1984-May 31, 
1985. 

B. Corrections to Annuity Credits 

1. L. W. Taylor — granted one (2) year annuity credit (1949-1950) for service to the 
Glenmore Charge. 

2. James W. Jones — the 1983 pastor's report for the Palestine Church records that #4300 
(Pensions) was not paid in full. Pensions and other ministerial support items have now 
been paid in full for 1 983 by the Palestine Church. 

C. Resolution Relating to Rental/Housing Allowances for Retired Ministers of this Conference. 
WHEREAS, the religious denomination known as The United Methodist Church has the 

functions through Ministers of the Gospel who are duly ordained or licensed; and 
WHEREAS, the practice of The United Methodist Church is to provide a parsonage or a 

rental allowance as part of the gross compensation for each of its active ordained or licensed 

ministers; and 
WHEREAS, pensions paid to retired ordained or licensed ministers of The United Methodist 

Church are considered as deferred compensation and are paid to said retired ordained or 

licensed ministers in consideration of previous, active service and 
WHEREAS, the Internal Revenue Service has recognized that the Louisiana Annual 

Conference is the appropriate organization to designate a housing/rental allowance for 

retired ordained or licensed ministers who are members of this Conference; 
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: 

a. An amount equal to 100% of the pension payments received for the current year be and is 
hereby designated as a rental/housing allowance for each retired ordained or licensed 
minister of The United Methodist Church who is or was a member of the Louisiana Annual 
Conference at the time of his or her retirement. 

b. The pension payment to which this rental/ ho using allowance applies shall be the pension 
payment resulting from all service of such retired ordained or licensed minister from all 
employment by any church, Annual Conference or institution of The United Methodist 
Church, or of any former denomination that is now a part of The United Methodist Church 
for such retired minister's pension. 

NOTE: The rental/housing allowance which maybe excluded from a minister's gross income 
is limited to the lesser of (1) the amount of the rental/housing allowance designated 
by the minister's employer or other appropriate body, (2) the amount actually 
expended by the minister to provide his or her housing provided. As specified in Rev. 
Rul. 71-280, 1971 C.B. 92, "the only amount that will qualify for exclusion under 
section 107(2) of the Code as a 'rental allowance' is an amount equal to the fair rental 
value of the home, including furnishings and appurtenances such as a garage, plus 
the cost of utilities." 

D. Other Matters 

1. The benefits listed in this report relating to MRPF, MPP, and CPP, are a summary of the 
programs in which this Conference participates through the General Board of Pensions, 
and all claims are subject to the detailed programs and interpretations of The General 
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2. The Conference Board of Pensions will reimburse (upon receipt of voucher) the 
necessary moving expenses incurred by ministers when they retire, up to a maximum of 
$1,500 and the moving expenses of surviving annuitant(s) (who must vacate a 
parsonage) of a minister who dies while in an effective associate or probationary 
relationship, and of a full-time Lay Pastor under appointment. 

3. In cooperation with the Board of the Ordained Ministry, the Board of Pensions requests 
that the Conference Director of Financial Affairs conduct a seminar with all new 
Conference appointees. This seminar will be for the purpose of explaining the 
Comprehensive Major Medical Benefits, MPP, and CPP, and to assist these persons in 
completing all necessary applications. It is further requested that information regarding 
Federal Self-Employment Tax be given by the Director of Financial Affairs, an appointee 
from Internal Revenue Service, or other tax expert. 

4. The Board of Pensions is pleased to provide housing on the Centenary Campus for 
retirees and their spouses or widows. We recommend that reservation requests be 
submitted to Centenary NO LATER THAN April 1. The Board is not responsible for any 
other housing arrangement. Meals will also be provided by the Board in the Centenary 
Cafeteria. 

Report No. 3 

We thank God for the generous response of the churches and ministers of the Louisiana 
Conference to the Pension Crusade which began in 1979 and ended in 1983. The following 
amounts were received in income during the four-year period of the Crusade: 
Churches Paid $2,680,383.00 

Ministers Paid 355,751.00 

Interest Income 994,604.80 

Total $4,030,738.80 

These funds have been invested by the Investment Committee of the United Methodist Foundation 
in Financial Institutions in Louisiana with investment goals of over 10 percent income per year and 
some growth in principle. 

The Pension Crusade Funds have enabled our Louisiana Conference to do two very significant 
things: 

1. We have been able to increase the annuity rate from $121 in 1979 to the recommended rate of 
$200 for 1985. 

2. Because of income from the Pension Crusade and Woolworth Foundation, our decimal 
apportionment will be $700,000 instead of $1,273,916 for 1985. 

Tracy Arnold, Chairperson 

Charles B. Simmons, Vice -Chairperson 

Clyde Averett, Secretary 



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UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

Payment To Annuitants & Beneficiaries Report 

Ministerial Members — Inside 

Annuity Disability 

Reserve & Min. HMEP Other 

Service Benefit Deductions Payments Total 

Ailor, James William $5,708.40 $1,031.52— $4,676.88 

Allen, Reuel Hale $4,290.00 $1,887.60— $2,402.40 

Barabin, Walter $4,537.56 $1,031.52— $3,506.04 

Barham Sr., Wm. Carl $6,228.84 $1,031.52— $5,197.32 

Beasley, James L $5,032.56 $1,031.52— $4,001.04 

Bell, Clark Warren $4,001.28 $1,887.60— $2,1 13.68 

Berry, Edward Lee $6,022.56 $6,022.56 

Bevill, Woodrow W $3,623.04 $1,031.52— $2,591.52 

Blakely, George Eldred $4,455.00 $1,031.52— $3,423.48 

Boddie, Wyatt David $4,037.53 $ 601.72— $3,435.81 

Bodie,L.A $4,908.84 $ 515.76— $4,393.08 

Bowie, William Taft $ 419.38 $ 85.96— $ 333.42 

Branton, R. R $5,692.56 $1,031.52— $4,661.04 

Brown, Tillman A $5,692.56 j $1,031.52— $4,661.04 

Burlew, George J $1,773.84 $1,031.52— $ 742.32 

Butler, Max R $1,595.00 $ 629.20— $ 965.80 

Cain, Albert Jerome $7,878.84 $1,031.52— $6,847.32 

Calvin, Richard W $6,352.56 $6,352.56 

Campbell, Fred Wm $1,650.00 $1,650.00 

Carter, Eddie $3,630.00 $ 515.76— $3,114.24 

Carter, Robert C $4,867.56 $ 515.76— $4,351.80 

Cassels, Wm. Paul $5,032.56 $1,031.52— $4,001.04 

Christopher Sr., Olden $5,527.56 $1,102.86— $4,424.70 

Clark, Clyde S $2,970.00 $1,102.86- $1,867.14 

Collins, Albert A $6,847.56 $ 515.76— $6,331.80 

Conerly, Abe M $5,074.68 $1,031.52— $4,043.16 

CoodySr.,ArbyWade $6,682.56 $1,887.60— $4,794.96 

Cooke, R. Leonard $5,981.28 $1,031.52— $4,949.76 

Corie, Finas Pleasant $2,515.68 $1,101.10— $1,414.56 

Corley, Marvin H $5,032.56 $ 515.76— $4,516.80 

Corry, George H $5,362.56 $1,031.52— $4,331.04 

Cotten,C.J.T $5,692.56 $1,031.52— $4,661.04 

Crammer, Heaton B $5,362.56 $1,887.60— $3,474.96 

Dampier, Samuel Burl $5,527.56 $1,031.52— $4,496.04 

Dawson, Jr. Dana $6,520.92 $1,031.52— $5,489.40 

Deen, Daniel Ray $4,413.84 $1,031.52— $3,382.32 

Delaughter, Raymond P $4,261.39 $4,261.39 

Douglas, Luman E $6,517.56 $1,031.52— $5,486.04 

Durbin, B. Paul $3,152.24 $ 601.72— $2,550.52 

Durham, Floyd M $4,042.56 $4,042.56 

Emanuel, Samuel Percy $5,527.56 $1,031.52— $4,496.04 

Ennis, Ameal Dallas $4,453.56 $1,031.52— $3,422.04 

Felder, Martin David $6,600.00 $1,031.52— $5,568.48 

Fike Jr., Charles E $ 645.48 $ 645.48 

Finnin Sr., William M $3,465.00 $1,031.52— $2,433.48 



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Annuity Disability 

Reserve & Min. HMEP Other 

Service Benefit Deductions Payments Total 

Flowers, Ira W. $6,765.00 $1,031.52— $5,733.48 

Flurry, Fred S $6,682.56 $1,031.52— $5,651.04 

Fraser, William P $3,509.10 $ 601.72— $2,907.38 

Fulkerson, Maurice D $ 990.00 $ 990.00 

Gaines, Kelso $3,712.56 $ 515.76— $3,196.80 

Galloway, Benedict A. $4,040.75 $1,125.20— $2,915.55 

Garrett, J. T $1,237.52 $ 171.92— $1,065.60 

Garrett, Roy Lee $2,354.40 $3,355.20 $1,016.10— $4,693.50 

Grant, Robert Roy $5,362.56 $1,031.52— $4,331.04 

Hall, Blackmon L $4,207.56 $1,031.52- $3,176.04 

Handy Sr., W.Talbot $1,031.26 $ 171.92- $ 859.34 

Harbuck, George $6,176.52 $1,887.60— $4,288.92 

Harper, Jolly B $7,177.56 $1,031.52— $6,146.04 

Harrington, Robert F $2,760.80 $2,760.80 

Harris, James Thomas $7,342.56 $1,031.52— $6,311.04 

Hodges, James Ezra $3,135.00 $1,031.52— $2,103.48 

HoUey, Bonnie Ruth $2,805.00 $ 515.76— $2,289.24 

Hotalen, W. Earl $ 300.86— $ 300.86 

Howell, Halleys Comet $2,640.00 $1,031.52— $1,608.48 

Howes, Ted T $6,352.56 $1,031.52— $5,321.04 

Hurley, Albert S $5,197.56 $1,031.52— $4,166.04 

Irving, Sidney Earl $6,777.48 $6,777.48 

Jennings, Lee CaUey $4,455.00 $4,455.00 

Johns, Henry L $5,486.28 $1,031.52— $4,454.76 

Jones, James A $6,022.56 $ 515.76— $5,506.80 

King, Thomas Frederick $3,630.00 $3,630.00 

Koelemay, John B $6,263.74 $2,176.80— $4,086.94 

Krumnow, Clarence Benny . . . $7,672.56 $1,031.52— $6,641.04 

Lancaster, Thomas M $5,280.00 $1,031.52— $4,248.48 

Lankford, Frank C $3,300.00 $1,031.52— $2,268.48 

Law, Ashley $5,115.00 $ 515.76— $4,599.24 

Lawton, Alton Clinton $2,722.56 $2,722.56 

Lee, Oakley $4,537.56 - $1,031.52— $3,506.04 

Lueg Sr., Carl F $7,837.56 $1,887.60— $5,949.96 

Lyons, Denver Dale $2,435.08 $1,217.54 $1,217.54 

Martin, B. Joseph $2,145.00 $2,145.00 

Martin, Carey Austin $3,734.76 $2,176.80— $1,557.96 

Matthews Jr., James W $6,022.56 $1,031.52— $4,991.04 

McElroy, Talmadge E $7,342.56 $1,031.52— $6,311.04 

McKeithen, J. P $6,517.56 $1,031.52— $5,486.04 

Mead, Frederick A $4,785.00 $1,031.52— $3,753.48 

Melbert, N. H $3,052.56 $1,031.52— $2,021.04 

Messer, Glendon R $3,448.97 $1,101.10— $2,347.87 

Midyett, Jack H $6,847.56 $ 844.41— $6,003.15 

Milem Sr., Lewis Ed $6,777.48 $6,777.48 

Milton, W. D $6,022.56 $1,031.52— $4,991.04 

Moore, C. L $2,392.56 $2,392.56 

Morris, Virgil Dixon $7,177.56 $1,031.52— $6,146.04 

Murray, Robert Shelvy $4,455.00 $4,455.00 

Patton Jr., Isaac A $4,581.24 $2,080.40— $2,500.84 

Pearce Jr., George F $7,265.16 $1,887.60- $5,377.56 



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Annuity Disability 

Reserve & Min. HMEP 

Service Benefit Deductions 

Perry, Nathaniel P $3,960.00 

Peyton, Robert L $2,865.73 $ 529.50— 

Pinkard, Collins D $5,073.84 $ 515.76— 

Poole, Daniel Wm $7,507.56 $1,887.60— 

Quaid, Cleburne W $6,063.84 $1,887.60— 

Reid, Wm. Jackson $3,918.84 $1,031.52— 

Rhyan, Henry James $5,280.00 $1,031.52— 

Risinger, Donald M $6,022.56 $1,031.52— 

Robertson, Minns S $4,365.27 $1,101.10— 

Robinson, Joe H $3,630.00 $ 515.76— 

Sayes, John $4,440.78 $1,887.60— 

Schwendimann, Fred W $4,001.28 $1,031.52— 

Sewell, John Henry $5,830.80 $1,031.52— 

Shaw, Clyde T $4,372.56 $ 515.76— 

Shaw, William B $6,435.00 $1,887.60— 

Shearer, John B $4,867.56 $1,031.52— 

Sloane, Bentley R $5,857.56 $1,031.52— 

Small, Ceasar D. $6,022.56 $1,031.52— 

Smith, James A $4,950.00 $1,031.52— 

Smith, Theodore J $4,455.00 $1,031.52— 

Spinks, Otis W $6,022.56 $1,031.52— 

Squyres, Rex $6,682.56 $1,031.52— 

Stage Jr., Frank M $3,823.80 $2,176.80— 

Stapleton, O. C $ 660.00 $1,031.52— 

Stegall, William G $2,805.00 $1,031.52— 

Stewart, Henry L $2,640.00 

Stout, Ned L $3,841.95 $ 601.72— 

Sylvest Sr., E. E $3,382.56 $ 390.72 

Tatum, Eskel L $6,393.84 $1,887.60— 

Taylor, A. Garfield $6,682.56 $1,887.60— 

Taylor, Robert Spencer $6,847.56 $1,031.52— 

Thomas, Edward Roscoe $5,597.88 $1,887.60— 

Tooke,KarlB $4,702.56 $1,031.52— 

Walton, Richard E $7,012.56 $1,031.52— 

Wendt, W. R $4,661.28 $1,031.52— 

Wethers, Carl Theodore $6,682.56 $1,031.52— 

White, C. B $6,682.56 $1,031.52— 

Williams, Nathaniel P $5,032.56 $1,031.52— 

Wilson, James William $5,775.00 $1,887.60— 

Wilson, Lee Gray $4,290.00 $1,887.60— 

Wineinger, Donald E $6,641.28 $1,031.52— 

York, George D $4,125.00 $1,031.52— 

Inside TOTAL $637,846.92 $23,606.63 $127,545.13- 

Ministerial Members Elsewhere 

Allen Jr., EstiU F $ 990.00 

Allen, Walter Miller $2,557.56 

Bailey, Harold Sellers $ 618.84 

Bayliss, John Andrew $ 721.92 

Beadle, Marvin Wallace $1,980.00 

Broadus, Lars L $1,980.00 

Byrd, William Otto $2,516.28 



Other 
Payments Total 

$3,960.00 
$2,336.23 
$4,558.08 
$5,619.96 
$4,176.24 
$2,887.32 
$4,248.48 
$4,991.04 
$3,264.17 
$3,114.24 
$2,553.18 
$2,969.76 
$4,799.28 
$3,856.80 
$4,547.40 
$3,836.04 
$4,826.04 
$4,991.04 
$3,918.48 
$3,423.48 
$4,991.04 
$5,651.04 
$1,647.00 
$ 371.52 
$1,773.48 
$2,640.00 
$3,240.23 
$3,773.28 
$4,506.24 
$4,794.96 
$5,816.04 
$3,710.28 
$3,671.04 
$5,981.04 
$3,629.76 
$5,651.04 
$5,651.04 
$4,001.04 
$3,887.40 
$2,402.40 
$5,609.76 
$3,093.48 
- $1,217.54 $532,690.88 



$ 990.00 
$2,557.56 
$ 618.84 
$ 721.92 
$1,980.00 
$1,980.00 
$2,516.28 



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Cook, Easter Fern $ 495.00 

Corrigan, W. Raymond $ 495.00 

Crandall Sr., Claude H $ 660.00 

Culpepper, Virgil M $1,485.00 

Donaldson, Ivan O $1,361.28 

Douglas, Eliot M $ 206.28 

Douglas, James B $ 110.00 

Echols, Timothy B $ 55.00 



Annuity Disability 

Reserve & Min. HMEP 

Service Benefit Deductions 

Faulk, Clayborne W $ 660.00 

Faulk, Roland William $1,320.00 

Fleming, Neal Bond $ 453.84 

Franklin, Wm. S $ 247.50 

Garlington, J. Ezell $ 330.00 

Gilmore, Arthur L $ 495.00 

Grant Sr., Edwin H $ 660.00 

Hammontree, Gerald D $ 131.40 

Hardy, C. Reginald $1,485.00 

Harris, Edward W. $1,485.00 

Hayes, Charles K $ 495.00 

Haynes Sr., Leonard L $ 907.56 

Ivey, George F $1,072.56 

Lee, Lawson Gerald $ 336.91 

Love, Joe B $ 990.00 

Marrs, Wilford Ray $ 825.00 

Morgan, John Baber $1,938.84 

Nease Jr., Leander R $3,300.00 

O'Connor, Donald R $ 61.92 

Pearce, Myron Chester $ 330.00 

Perez, Carlos $ 206.28 

Preston Jr., Norman George . . $ 240.66 

Reaves, James Edward $ 453.84 

Risinger, William O $ 61.92 

Roberts Jr., Quitman C $1,410.48 

Roe, Lyle B $ 495.00 

Sanford, Hugh M $ 330.00 

Selfridge, Philip R $ 945.00 

Stockwell, Spencer Lewis .... $1,320.00 

Tarver, David F $4,207.56 

Taylor, Kenneth Vernon $ 330.00 

Tucker, Lewis Edwin $ 247.56 

Tunis, Joseph Kemp $ 742.56 

Turner, James Leon $ 742.56 

Walker, Robert M $ 457.24 

Whitaker, James C $4,207.56 

White, Reuben H $ 948.84 

Elsewhere TOTAL $51,104.75 

Ministerial Member Total .... $688,951.67 $23,606.63 $127,545.13 



$ 495.00 


$ 495.00 


$ 660.00 


$1,485.00 


$1,361.28 


$ 206.28 


$ 110.00 


$ 55.00 


Other 


Payments Total 


$ 660.00 


$1,320.00 


$ 453.84 


$ 247.50 


$ 330.00 


$ 495.00 


$ 660.00 


$ 131.40 


$1,485.00 


$1,485.00 


$ 495.00 


$ 907.56 


$1,072.56 


$ 336.91 


$ 990.00 


$ 825.00 


$1,938.84 


$3,300.00 


$ 61.92 


$ 330.00 


$ 206.28 


$ 240.66 


$ 453.84 


$ 61.92 


$1,410.48 


$ 495.00 


$ 330.00 


$ 945.00 


$1,320.00 


$4,207.56 


$ 330.00 


$ 247.56 


$ 742.56 


$ 742.56 


$ 457.24 


$4,207.56 


$ 948.84 


$51,104.75 


- $1,217.54$583,795.63 



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Spouses Inside 

Alford,AvaM $4,504.56 $ 515.76- 

Andrews, Josephine $3,465.00 $ 515.76— 

Barabin, Charlsie B $ 462.00 $2,975.82 $ 168.66— 

Bentley, Myitis W $4,215.84 $ 515.76— 

Bibbons, Emma Pearl $4,158.00 $ 465.60— 

Bowie, Evalia $3,229.38 $ 472.78— 

Branch, Mary C $3,753.84 $ 465.60— 

Bridgette, Vivian E $4,533.48 

Brown, EllaV $3,724.92 $ 515.76— 

Brown, Louise M $5,226.48 $ 515.76— 

Butler, Leona H $2,233.12 $ 620.80— 

Butler, Victoria $1,848.00 $ 515.76— 

Byoune, Elmena L $1,790.28 $ 515.76— 

Cain,Adona $4,331.28 $ 465.60— 

Caldwell, Eliza E $3,147.48 $ 515.76— 

Calvin, Teresa A. B $5,601.84 $ 674.64— 

Caraway, Minnie Y $2,945.28 $ 515.76— 

Carithers, Rosabelle $1,848.00 $ 515.76— 

Annuity Disability 

Reserve & Min. HMEP Other 

Service Benefit Deductions Payments 

Carrington, Essie S $3,811.56 $ 515.76— 

Castain, Mae Etta $3,840.48 $ 515.76— 

Crotwell, Jimmy Lou $1,010.64 $1,847.10 $ 674.64— 

Dameron, Estelle D $3,407.28 $ 515.76— 

Daniels, Susia J $2,136.84 $1,479.12 $ 515.76— 

Davis, Betty L $3,003.00 $ 465.60— 

Day, Bernice C $4,331.28 $ 515.76— 

Drake, Carolyn R. $3,060.84 $ 515.76— 

Dufresne, Hattie D $4,966.56 $ 515.76— 

Durbin, Annie S. $1,576.35 $ 214.90— 

Edward, Lillian $2,974.20 $ 730.74 $ 515.76— 

Ezell, Mary Ellen $1,588.20 $1,603.50 $ 674.64— 

Franklin, Beulah $3,580.56 $ 188.82 $ 515.76— 

Freeman, Evelyn H $2,832.17 $ 472.78— 

Fulton, Ella W $1,155.00 $ 515.76— 

George, Ruth H $4,677.84 $ 515.76— 

Gibbs, Katherine S $3,638.28 $ 515.76— 

Gieck, Eda Pearl $1,694.00 $ 472.78— 

Giessen, Thelma $2,050.20 $ 515.76— 

Gilbert, Ollie Mae $ 808.56 $2,666.16 $ 465.60— 

Greene, Victoria $2,858.64 

Hall, Frances S $ 231.00 $ 515.76— 

Handy, Dorothy $3,609.90 $ 359.40— 

Harkins, Martha $3,927.00 $ 155.20— 

Harper, Lois $ 346.56 $ 515.76— 

Harris, Maude P $5,053.20 

Haug, Hallie $4,793.28 $ 515.76— 

Hayes, Luella $5,024.28 

Haynes, Virginia $3,465.00 $ 515.76— 

Hearn,AltaF $4,562.28 $ 515.76— 

Hinds, EnolaG $1,155.00 $ 515.76— 



$3,988.80 
$2,949.24 
$3,269.16 
$3,700.08 
$3,692.40 
$2,756.60 
$3,288.24 
$4,533.48 
$3,209.16 
$4,710.72 
$1,612.32 
$1,332.24 
$1,274.52 
$3,865.68 
$2,631.72 
$4,927.20 
$2,429.52 
$1,332.24 



Total 

$3,295.80 
$3,324.72 
$2,183.10 
$2,891.52 
$3,100.20 
$2,537.40 
$3,815.52 
$2,545.08 
$4,450.80 
$1,361.45 
$3,189.18 
$2,517.06 
$3,253.62 
$2,359.39 
$ 639.24 
$4,162.08 
$3,122.52 
$1,221.22 
$1,534.44 
$3,009.12 
$2,858.64 
$284.76 
$3,250.50 
$3,771.80 
$ 169.20 
$5,053.20 
$4,277.52 
$5,024.28 
$2,949.24 
$4,046.52 
$ 639.24 



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Annuity 
Reserve 
Service 

Hine, Doris Fay $2,714.28 

Holladay, Bessie J $4,677.84 

Holliday, Laura B $ 28.92 

Hollingsworth, Marjorie $ 750.84 

Home, Mary H $1,270.56 

Howell, Doris L $4,331.28 

Hurd, Esther B. $1,155.00 

Irving, Virginia H $3,118.56 

Jackson, Portia Nerissa $1,155.00 

Jamieson, Norma $3,955.92 

Johns, Stella B $5,515.20 

Johnston, Blanche D $ 317.64 

Kellogg, Naomi L $3,003.00 

Kilpatrick, Sidney C $3,667.20 

King, Madice $1,472.64 

Knight, Sunshine $2,728.74 

Knox, Tamar Ann $2,338.92 

Campbell, Ruth C $4,446.84 

Lee, Orpha C. $1,703.64 

Lester, Emma R $2,714.28 

London, Susie Y $4,648.92 

Love, Ida T $2,358.20 

Lynch, Josie S $5,024.28 

McCammon, Janelle '. $2,887.56 

McCann, Priscilla J $2,829.84 

McCoy, Clara T $3,465.00 

McCrory, Helen Tinsley $4,908.84 

McDowell, Pauline $3,816.4 1 

McKay, Pearl B $2,483.28 

McKnight, Mary D $4,908.84 

Mitchell, Almatine M $1,530.48 

Moore, Lillie $1,617.00 

Neill, Grace B $5,428.56 

Norris, Adele T $2,772.00 

Norris, Margaret $2,627.64 

Roshaven, Ruth $1,039.56 

Perrott, Hughlene S $ 712.39 

Peyton, Susan J $ 924.00 

Pomeroy, Lillie Mae $4,937.64 

Reed, Irene $4,504.56 

Akin, Fredna R $ 924.00 

Rickey, Nell H $2,745.54 

Rorie, Amy G $ 924.00 

Sartor, Henrietta C $2,483.28 

Sawyer, Anne B $2,021.28 

Scott, Barbara Ellen $2,338.92 

Seegers, Georgine F $4,562.28 

Seiler, Gloria $ 86.64 

Sensintaffar, Rosa S $1,155.00 

Smith, Mattie Lee $4,494.95 

Smith, Edrith Claire $4,331.28 



Disability 




& Min. HMEP Other 




Benefit Deductions Payments 


Total 


$ 465.60— 


$2,248.68 


$ 515.76— 


$4,162.08 


$ 515.76- 


$ 486.84 


$2,717.76 $ 465.60— 


$3,003.00 


$ 515.76— 


$ 754.80 


$ 515.76- 


$3,815.52 


$ 515.76— 


$ 639.24 


$ 168.48$ 933.84- 


$2,353.20 


$ 515.76— 


$ 639.24 


$ 465.60— 


$3,490.32 


$ 515.76— 


$4,999.44 


$ 433.70 


$ 751.34 


$ 704.88 $ 515.76- 


$3,192.12 


$ 465.60— 


$3,201.60 


$ 439.50 $ 674.64— 


$1,237.50 


$ 601.72— 


$2,127.02 


$ 515.76— 


$1,823.16 




$4,446.84 


$ 515.76- 


$1,187.88 


$ 962.94 $ 515.76— 


$3,161.48 


$ 515.76— 


$4,133.16 


$ 429.80— 


$1,928.40 


$ 515.76— 


$4,508.52 


$ 465.60— 


$2,421.96 


$ 515.76— 


$2,314.08 


$ 486.50— 


$2,978.50 


$ 465.60- 


$4,443.24 


$ 38.38 $ 504.40— 


$3,350.39 


$ 515.76— 


$1,967.52 


$ 515.76— 


$4,393.08 


$ 515.76— 


$1,014.72 


$ 515.76— 


$1,101.24 


$ 515.76— 


$4,912.80 


$ 911.40 $ 465.60— 


$3,217.80 


$1,040.40 $ 465.60- 


$3,202.44 




$1,039.56 


$ 619.07 $ 281.10- 


$1,050.36 


$2,562.90 $674.64— 


$2,812.26 


$ 515.76— 


$4,421.88 


. $ 515.76- 


$3,988.80 


$ 515.76— 


$ 408.24 


$ 300.86— 


$2,444.68 


$ 515.76— 


$ 408.24 


$ 515.76- 


$1,967.52 


$ 515.76— 


$1,505.52 


$ 959.04 $ 674.64— 


$2,623.32 


$ 515.76— 


$4,046.52 


$3,311.28 $ 465.60— 


$2,932.32 


$ 465.60— 


$ 689.40 


$ 465.60— 


$4,029.35 


$ 515.76— 


$3,815.52 



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Annuity Disability 

Reserve & Min. HMEP Other 

Service Benefit Deductions Payments 

Smith, Mattie G $2,543.45 $ 300.86— 

Spinks, Mary Lowrey $2,598.84 $ 515.76— 

St. Amant, Margaret T $5,024.28 $ 515.76— 

Staples, Myrtle T. $4,100.28 $ 515.76— 

Sweat, Ruby L $ 404.28 $3,027.48 

Taylor, Gladys M $ 440.35 $ 42.98— 

Timmons, Rhoda L $1,905.84 $ 515.76— 

Tisdale, Lilla H $ 635.28 $ 515.76— 

Townsend, Florine R $5,024.28 $ 515.76— 

Trice, Daisy $ 577.56 $2,866.50 

Walker, Marion D $ 606.40 $ 171.92— 

Walker, Sunny B $1,617.00 $ 515.76— 

Wall, Shirley N $2,512.20 $1,143.66 $ 674.64— 

Wallace, Maude $1,790.28 $1,788.78 $ 465.60— 

Wallace, Evanga L $2,194.50 $ 257.88— 

Wardah,AlvaF $2,512.20 $ 515.76— 

Watson, Gracie P $3,147.48 $ 575.94 $ 515.76— 

White, Willie Mae $2,743.20 $ 937.26 $ 515.76— 

Williams, Edna York $5,109.78 $ 465.60— 

Williams, Eva J $1,992.48 $ 101.22 $ 515.76— 

Willis, Annie Mae $2,829.84 $ 465.60— 

Inside Total $343,057.03 $36,368.13 $54,940.26— 

Surviving Spouses Elsewhere 

Barron, Flora M $ 231.00 

Beadle, Ruth M $ 462.00 

Behrens, Amanda Helen $ 462.00 

Brown, Cubah K $ 462.00 

Brown, Melissa C $ 144.48 

Childress, Bertha B $1,501.56 

Clegg, Lucille $ 693.00 

Crowe, Lucy- Avis $ 231.00 

Dulany, La Vera J $1,039.56 

Echols, Frances E $ 192.90 

Frank, Gertrude $1,328.28 

Hefley, Lucille $ 231.00 

Herrick, Dorothy L $ 346.56 

Hunter, Mary Frances $ 173.28 

Jamieson, Roberta $ 577.52 

Jordan, Ella M $ 433.20 

Kaetzell, Grace F $ 577.56 

Maggio, Irene G $ 375.48 

Matthews, Elsie I $1,386.00 

McPherson, Naomi L $ 433.20 

Mershon, Bertha $ 1 15.56 

Methvin, Jewel G $ 317.64 

Middleton, Louise M $ 231.00 

Pickett, Agnes B $ 924.00 

Porter, Zona B $ 346.56 

Proctor, Virginia A $ 924.00 



163 



Total 

$2,242.59 
$2,083.08 
$4,508.52 
$3,584.52 
$3,431.76 
$ 397.37 
$1,390.08 
$ 119.52 
$4,508.52 
$3,444.06 
$ 434.48 
$1,101.24 
$2,981.22 
$3,113.46 
$1,936.62 
$1,996.44 
$3,207.66 
$3,164.70 
$4,644.18 
$1,577.94 
$2,364.24 
$324,484.90 



$ 231.00 
$ 462.00 
$ 462.00 
$ 462.00 
$ 144.48 
$1,501.56 
$ 693.00 
$231.00 
$1,039.56 
$ 192.90 
$1,328.28 



231.00 
346.56 
173.28 
577.52 
433.20 
577.56 
$ 375.48 
$1,386.00 
$ 433.20 
$ 115.56 
$ 317.64 
$231.00 
$ 924.00 
$ 346.56 
$ 924.00 



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Annuity Disability 

Reserve &Min. HMEP Other 

Service Benefit Deductions Payments Total 

Robinson, Elizabeth T $ 462.00 $ 462.00 

Royal, Bertha S $1,848.00 $1,848.00 

Scott, Inez T $1,732.56 $1,732.56 

Shumaker, Alma L $ 577.56 $ 577.56 

Bailey, Ursa L $1,068.48 $1,068.48 

Starnes, Clara E $ 259.92 $ 259.92 

Stodghill, Jewell T $ 462.00 $ 462.00 

Stuckey, Louise A $ 750.84 $ 750.84 

Thompson, Laura J $ 462.00 $ 462.00 

Trice, Leora $3,176.28 $3,176.28 

Trotter, Lena J $ 346.56 $ 346.56 

Vanderpool, Evelyn $ 202.20 $ 202.20 

Varner, Virginia $ 231.00 $ 231.00 

Vaughan, Hazel A $2,050.20 $2,050.20 

Wallace, Gertrude E $ 808.56 $ 808.56 

Warlick, Mattie L $ 86.64 $ 86.64 

Watts, Lillian $ 577.56 $ 577.56 

Elsewhere Total $29,242.70 $29,242.70 

Surviving Spouses Total $372,299.73 $36,368.13 $54,940.26— $353,727.60 

Children Inside 

Barabin, Judith B $ 570.40 $ 570.40 

Barabin, Marcus B $1,694.40 $1,694.40 

Calvin, Lenora A $1,694.40 $1,694.40 

Crotwell, Bridgette $1,694.40 $1,694.40 

EzeU, Robert Doyle $1,694.40 $1,694.40 

Harris, Albert S $ 279.60 $ 279.60 

Irving, Beulah $1,660.08 $1,660.08 

King, Claudette D $1,694.40 $1,694.40 

King, Gwendolen L $1,694.40 $1,694.40 

King, John Christopher $1,694.40 $1,694.40 

King, Madice E $ 279.60 $ 279.60 

King, Reginald L $1,694.40 $1,694.40 

Knight Jr., James A $1,826.40 $1,826.40 

Perrott, Hilda $ 821.03 $ 821.03 

Peyton, Jonathan $1,694.40 $1,694.40 

Willis, Jayne M $1,789.20 $1,789.20 

Inside Total $17,295.03 $5,180.88 $22,475.91 

Children Total $17,295.03 $5,180.88 $22,475.91 

Local Pastors Inside 

Brown, Eugene $ 990.00 $ 990.00 

Cansler, Hal P $1,155.00 $1,155.00 

Eaker, Robert C $2,145.00 $2,145.00 

Myers, Allen E $ 990.00 $ 990.00 

Poledore, Joseph M $3,300.00 $ 515.76— $2,784.24 

Shaw, Lee G $3,382.56 $ 515.76— $2,866.80 

Sibley Sr., Pleasant W $5,857.56 $1,031.52— $4,826.04 

Inside Total $17,820.12 $2,064.04— $15,757.08 

Local Pastors Total $17,820.12 $2,063.04— $15,757.08 



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Surv. LP Spouses Inside 

Alexander, Josephine $1,732.56 $ 515.76- $1,216.80 

Drake, Cecelia $ 808.56 $ 515.76- $ 292.80 

Franklin, Janie L $3,638.28 $ 137.22$ 933.84- $2,841.66 

Goodwin, Lucille P $1,386.00 $515.76- $870.24 

Hines, Rosalie $ 462.00 $ 462.00 

Lockhart, Doshia $2,310.00 $ 515.76- $1,794.24 

Riley, Elizabeth G $1,068.48 $2,433.96 $ 515.76- $2,986.68 

Smith, EUaD $1,155.00 $ 515.76- $ 639.24 

Westbrook, Elvie D $2,252.28 $ 515.76— $1,736.52 

White, Ethel C $1,848.00 $1,733.76 $ 515.76- $3,066.00 

Young, Ida Burrell $1,155.00 $ 515.76- $ 639.24 

Young, Rosalie $ 202.20 $3,208.02 $ 515.76— $2,894.46 

Inside Total $18,018.36 $7,512.96 $6,091.44- $19,439.88 



Surv. LP Spouses Elsewhere 

Bugh, Lavonia G $ 808.56 $ 808.56 

Elsewhere Total $ 808.56 $ 808.56 

Surv. LP Spouses Total $18,826.92 $7,512.96 $6,091.44— $20,248.44 

Conference Total $1,097,898.44 $84,782.75 $190,639.87- $3,963.34 $996,004.66 

Board Of Trustees 
Report No. 1 

The Conference Board Of Trustees has met a number of times during the year in reference to 
property owned by the Conference. 

One of our problems has been that we have learned that in various sections of the state that 
there are pieces of property with titles vested in the Conference that we have not been aware. 

We have continued the work of the Board Of Trustees to try to get a comprehensive listing of 
all properties owned by the Conference within the bounds of the Louisiana Conference. 

In addition, we have made efforts to determine that all properties of the Conference are 
properly insured. 

The Board has further decided that the Headquarters Building would be the depository of all 
papers not in current use by the Conference Board Of Trustees. 

Dr. J. J. Caraway will be in charge of these documents. We appreciate Dr. Caraway and his 
work and assistance to the Board. 

The Conference Board Of Trustees has further recommended that a feasibility study be 
made with Board representation on the feasibility of the Conference Worship Meeting and 
Retreat Center. 

We appreciate the cooperation of the Bishop, the Cabinet, and the Conference staff for all of 
their assistance to the Board Of Trustees. 

Actions of the Board for this year will be reported by our Secretary-Treasurer in report 
number two. 

Officers for the coming year are: President, Tom Matheny; Vice President, Nancy Carruth; 
and Secretary-Treasurer, Ed Pickens. 

Report No. 2 

This report supplements report number one and is to inform the Conference of any actions 
taken by the Board relative to Conference property, as follows: 
We recommend the following: 

(1) The property used by Fillmore Cemetery Association be donated to the Fillmore 
Cemetery Association; 

(2) The property in Port Allen, Parish of West Baton Rouge, be sold to Donald Hurst for the 
price of sixty thousand dollars cash; 



166 LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



(3) The property in LaSalle Parish containing two acres be sold to Shady Grove United 
Pentecostal Church for five thousand, five hundred dollars cash; 

(4) The property in Bossier Parish presently occupied by Joseph M. Henry, Jr. be 
quitclaimed in favor of Mr. Henry. 

(5) The Munnerlyn Chapel property be formally abandoned. 

A Resolution 
Louisiana Annual Conference 

WHEREAS, the Port Allen United Methodist Church acquired the following described 
property situated in the Parish of West Baton Rouge, State of Louisiana, to-wit: 

Lot 10A, 11A, 12A Sunnyside Subdivision, Port Allen, Louisiana, 1058 North 
Jefferson, the grounds measuring 100 feet on Rosedale by 160 North Jefferson. 

WHEREAS, The United Methodist Church has had no use for this property and has in effect 
abandoned it for many years; 

WHEREAS, the presiding Bishop, a majority of the District Superintendents of this Annual 
Conference, and the District Board of Church Location and Building of this District having 
consented thereto, and upon the recommendation of the Conference Board of Trustees, now, 
therefore: 

BE IT RESOLVED by the Louisiana Annual Conference South Central Jurisdiction of the 
United Methodist Church in Annual Conference assembled, and in accordance with Par. 
2541.1 of the Book of Discipline of the United Methodist Church that the Port Allen United 
Methodist Church be and the same is hereby abandoned. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Conference Board of Trustees of this Annual Confer- 
ence, through its President and Secretary, be and it is hereby authorized to sell the property 
heretofore belonging to the Port Allen United Methodist Church in West Baton Rouge Parish 
for such consideration, and upon such terms as the Board of Trustees may deem meet and 
proper, this Annual Conference hereby ratifying and approving all of the acts and deeds made 
by the Conference Board of Trustees, pursuant to this Resolution. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that any funds received from the disposition of the said church 
property, after deduction of incidental expenses, be transferred to the Baton Rouge-Houma 
District for use in the furtherance of its' mission program. 

Certificate 

I, Harvey Williamson, Secretary of the Louisiana Annual Conference of The United Methodist 
Church, South Central Jurisdiction, 

Do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the Resolution 
adopted by the Louisiana Annual Conference in annual session convened at Shreveport, 
Louisiana, on the 6th day of June, 1984. 

In Testimony Whereof, witness my official signature and the seal of this Conference on this, 
the 6th day of June, 1984. 

Signed 

Harvey Williamson 

Secretary 

A Resolution 
Louisiana Annual Conference 

WHEREAS, the Louisiana Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church, South 
Central Jurisdiction, acquired the following described property, situated in the Parish of 
Bossier City, State of Louisiana, to-wit: 

A certain lot or parcel of ground situated in the Northwest corner of the Northeast 
Quarter of Section 17, Township 18 North, Range 1 1 East, in the Parish of Bossier, 
State of Louisiana, containing three (3) acres of land. 
WHEREAS, The United Methodist Church has had no use for this property and has in effect 
abandoned it for many years; 



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WHEREAS, the presiding Bishop, a majority of the District Superintendents of this Annual 
Conference, and the District Board of Church Location and Building of this District having 
consented thereto, and upon the recommendation of the Conference Board of Trustees, now, 
therefore: 

BE IT RESOLVED by the Louisiana Annual Conference South Central Jurisdiction of the 
United Methodist Church in Annual Conference assembled, and in accordance with Par. 
2541.1 of the Book of Discipline of the United Methodist Church that the above described 
property in Bossier Parish be and the same is hereby abandoned. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Conference Board of Trustees of this Annual Confer- 
ence, through its President and Secretary, be and it is hereby authorized to donate the above 
described property situated in the Parish of Bossier, for such consideration and upon such 
terms as the Board of Trustees may deem meet and proper, this Annual Conference hereby 
ratifying and approving all of the acts and deeds made by the Conference Board of Trustees, 
pursuant to this resolution. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that any funds received from the disposition of the said church 
property, after deduction of incidental expenses, be transferred to the Shreveport District for 
use in the furtherance of its' mission program. 

Certificate 

I, Harvey Williamson, Secretary of the Louisiana Annual Conference of The United Methodist 
Church, South Central Jurisdiction, 

Do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the Resolution 
adopted by the Louisiana Annual Conference in annual session convened at Shreveport, 
Louisiana, on the 6th day of June, 1984. 

In Testimony Whereof, witness my official signature and the seal of this Conference on this, 
the 6th day of June, 1984. 

Signed 

Harvey Williamson 

Secretary 

A Resolution 
Louisiana Annual Conference 

WHEREAS, the Louisiana Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church, South 
Central Jurisdiction, acquired the following described property, situated in the Parish of 
LaSalle, State of Louisiana, to-wit: 

A certain lot or parcel of ground situated in the West half of the West half of the 
Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 13, Township 7 North, 
Range 3 East, in the Parish of LaSalle, State of Louisiana. 

WHEREAS, The United Methodist Church has had no use for this property and has in effect 
abandoned it for many years; 

WHEREAS, the presiding Bishop, a majority of the District Superintendents of this Annual 
Conference, and the District Board of Church Location and Building of this District having 
consented thereto, and upon the recommendation of the Conference Board of Trustees, now, 
therefore: 

BE IT RESOLVED by the Louisiana Annual Conference South Central Jurisdiction of the 
United Methodist Church in Annual Conference assembled, and in accordance with Par. 
2541.1 of the Book of Discipline of the United Methodist Church that the above described 
property in LaSalle Parish be and the same is hereby abandoned. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Conference Board of Trustees of this Annual Confer- 
ence, through its President and Secretary, be and it is hereby authorized to donate the above 
described property situated in the Parish of LaSalie, for such consideration and upon such 
terms as the Board of Trustees may deem meet and proper, this Annual Conference hereby 
ratifying and approving all of the acts and deeds made by the Conference Board of Trustees, 
pursuant to this resolution. 



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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that any funds received from the disposition of the said church 
property, after deduction of incidental expenses, be transferred to the Shreveport District for 
to the Alexandria District for use in the furtherance of its' mission program. 

Certificate 

I, Harvey Williamson, Secretary of the Louisiana Annual Conference of The United Methodist 
Church, South Central Jurisdiction, 

Do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the Resolution 
adopted by the Louisiana Annual Conference in annual session convened at Shreveport, 
Louisiana, on the 6th day of June, 1984. 

In Testimony Whereof, witness my official signature and the seal of this Conference on this, 
the 6th day of June, 1984. 

Signed 

Harvey Williamson 

Secretary 

A Resolution 
Louisiana Annual Conference 

WHEREAS, the Methodist Episcopal Church of Montrose acquired the following described 
property, situated in the Parish of Natchitoches, State of Louisiana, to-wit: 

A certain lot or parcel of ground situated in Section 58, Township 7 North, Range 6 
West, Parish of Natchitoches, State of Louisiana, described as beginning at the 
Northwest corner of said Section 58, running 210 Feet East, thence 210 feet South, 
thence 210 feet West and thence 210 feet North, containing one (1) acre. 

WHEREAS, The United Methodist Church has had no use for this property and has in effect 
abandoned it for many years; 

WHEREAS, the presiding Bishop, a majority of the District Superintendents of this Annual 
Conference, and the District Board of Church Location and Building of this District having 
consented thereto, and upon the recommendation of the Conference Board of Trustees, now, 
therefore: 

BE IT RESOLVED by the Louisiana Annual Conference South Central Jurisdiction of the 
United Methodist Church in Annual Conference assembled, and in accordance with Par. 
2541.1 of the Book of Discipline of the United Methodist Church that the Methodist Episcopal 
Church of Montrose be and the same is hereby abandoned. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Conference Board of Trustees of this Annual Confer- 
ence, through its President and Secretary, be and it is hereby authorized to quitclaim the 
heretofore belonging to the Methodist Episcopal Church in Natchitoches Parish, for such 
consideration, and upon such terms as the Board of Trustees may deem meet and proper, this 
Annual Conference hereby ratifying and approving all of the acts and deeds made by the 
Conference Board of Trustees, pursuant to this resolution. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that any funds received from the disposition of the said church 
property, after deduction of incidental expenses, be transferred to the Alexandria District for 
use in the furtherance of its' mission program. 

Certificate 

I, Harvey Williamson, Secretary of the Louisiana Annual Conference of The United Methodist 
Church, South Central Jurisdiction, 

Do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the Resolution 
adopted by the Louisiana Annual Conference in annual session convened at Shreveport, 
Louisiana, on the 6th day of June, 1984. 

In Testimony Whereof, witness my official signature and the seal of this Conference on this, 
the 6th day of June, 1984. 

Signed 

Harvey Williamson 

Secretary 



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C. Reports Of Commissions 

Report Of The Commission On Archives And History 

The Commission on Archives and History has the continuing task of maintaining records of 
the conference, its agencies and institutions by collecting, preserving, classifying and 
cataloguing varied archival materials: including minutes, journals, reports, manuscripts, 
diaries, photographs, maps, etc. These records and archival materials are available in the Cline 
Room of the Magale Library of Centenary College. A second depository is located in the Will W. 
Alexander Library of Dillard University in New Orleans. 

Many local churches are now in the process of revising their local history as a part of the 
celebration of the bicentennial. The Commission would appreciate a copy of the revised history 
as well as copies of anniversary programs, dedication of buildings, historical sites, or other 
documents. 

Archival materials are valuable in research and in planning programs, activities, projects, in 
the celebration of the Bicentennial of American Methodism in Louisiana. The Archivist is 
prepared to assist the Bicentennial of American Methodism in Louisiana. The Archivist is 
prepared to assist the Bicentennial Committee in this effort. 

Wadsworth A. Davis, Chairman 



Commission On Christian Unity And Interreligious Concerns 

The work of the Commission on Christian Unity and Interreligious Concerns this year has 
been that of trying to answer the Call to be One, One in the world of seeking out our neighbors of 
other faiths, to be in community with them, to love them and to share in witnessing to that gift 
which God has given in Jesus Christ. 

The first of these witnesses came in a dialogue between United Methodist Ministers and 
Laymen and the Jewish Community of Baton Rouge. Our next area of focus, hopefully will be in 
the Lake Charles District and then to Shreveport. 

The membership of this Commission is active with many groups who concern themselves 
with witnessing in the name of Jesus Christ, such as the National Council of Christians and 
Jews; United Methodist Women; Shreveport Interfaith Council; LIC; NCC; WCC; and others. 

Much progress is being made to have resource materials placed in the Conference Resource 
Library for usage by churches throughout the Conference. One of the members of this 
Commission is in the process of preparing a twenty to thirty minute video cassette on the 
workings of the National Council of Churches, also there is a video tape available in the 
Conference Office on the recent meeting of the World Council of Churches held in Vancouver. 

The Commission also affirms and will present at the next LIC Assembly a resolution 
supporting Public Education. 

In relation to education the Commission is urging all ministers with downlinks to extend an 
invitation to other communions to participate in the Tuesday Lectionaries. 

We pledge ourselves to continue to develop dialogue that will help reach across barriers in 
creating new relationships and a broader Christian Community. 

Lonnie Sibley, Chairman 
Howard L. Milo, Secretary 



Commission On Equitable Salaries 

Your Commission on Equitable Salaries is grateful to the supporting churches of the 
Conference. Because of yo ur contributions to the Equitable Salary Fund and to the Temporary 
General Aid Fund, we are able to provide a more adequate income for many full-time pastors in 
our Conference. We are also grateful to the Cabinet, C.F.A. and the Director of Financial Affairs 
for their cooperation with us. 

In order to continue our ministry of promoting a better economic welfare for full-time 
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Commission will grant as a supplement to bring the total income up to the equitable salary 
level that is set by the Annual Conference. We also recommend that the level of support for the 
remainder of the 1984 calendar year continue to be based on $15,000 annual income as the 
maximum level of ministerial support. 
For the Calendar year of 1985 we recommend: 

A. That $15,600 be the maximum level of ministerial support for those who participate in 
the Equitable Salary Fund. 

B. That full-time pastors, as defined by the Book of Discipline, participating in the 
Equitable Salary Program be pastors with a work load index of at least "85." This index is 
determined by adding: (1) Church or Charge membership, (2) average attendance at 
principal worship service, and (3) average Sunday School attendance. (This is for the 
previous year) Divide the total by 3. (Example: Church Membership -126 + 71+ 64= 261 
divided by 3 = 87). 

C. That total pastoral support shall be at least $8,000 per year for the pastor to share in the 
Equitable Salary Fund. 

D. That the amount to be provided by the Commission for a pastoral charge will be an 
amount not to exceed 45% of the amount that the charge pays for the pastor's salary, 
travel expense and utility allowance. 

E. That annual grants approved by the Commission shall be paid in monthly installments 
on the basis of available funds at the beginning of the calendar year. In the event of 
insufficient funds, appropriations shall be made on a pro-rata basis. 

F. That each church or charge, whose pastor receives support from the Equitable Salary 
Fund, is expected to have a financial campaign such as an "Every Member Canvass, " 
"Pony Express," etc., and shall increase the pastor's support by at least 5% per year in 
order to remain eligible to participate in the Fund. 

G. That in order for a church or charge to be eligible for Equitable Salary support all 
apportioned ministerial items must be paid. These items are: Pension Fund, Episcopal 
Fund, District Superintendents Fund, and Equitable Salary Fund. Also, each church or 
charge receiving Equitable Salary support is expected to pay the amount apportioned 
for World Service and Conference Benevolences. 

H. That out of the Equitable Salary Fund, the Commission pay one-half of the premium on 
the Conference HMEP insurance for full-time pastors receiving less than $1 1,000 in total 
annual income. 
I. That from Equitable Salary Fund, the Commission authorize the payment for Registra- 
tion fees, room and board for Pastor's School at Centenary College, or an equivalent 
amount for some other Conference sponsored Continuing Education event, for full-time 
ministers receiving Equitable Salary Funds. 
J. All District Superintendents submit to the Chairperson of the Commission on Equitable 
Salaries all applications from charges and pastors who expect to participate in the 
Equitable Salary support program. These are to be sent as soon after the Charge 
Conference as possible. Application blanks will be furnished by the Commission. 
K. All pastors receiving Equitable Salary support are expected to renew their application 
when receiving a change in appointment and to notify the Chairperson of the 
Commission on Equitable Salaries of any change in income. 
L. Special consideration will be given in unique cases upon recommendation of the Cabinet 
and concurrence with the Executive Committee of the Commission on Equitable 
Salaries. 
Ministerial members appointed fox; less than full time and meeting the definition of part-time 
as defined in the Book of Discipline, will be considered for participation in the Equitable Salary 
Fund. 

Ira Robinson, Chairperson 
Terral T. Lowe, Secretary 



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Commission On Religion And Race 

The Commission concentrated this year upon inter -church visitation across racial lines. The 
purpose was to encourage congregations to accept the worship experience in the company of 
other race persons. The goal of the Commission is to have the gospel of our Lord Jesus 
preached to all people on a truly integrated basis; for the Commission believes that this is the 
way Jesus, whom we all love, would want it preached. 

The Commission feels strongly that the church will fall short of the mark of making Christ's 
message come alive in the world until all congregations and pulpits are open to all of His 
followers regardless of race or nationality or national origin. 

In carrying out the above objective, the Commission mounted an inter-church visitation 
program as a supplement to the pulpit exchange program. The program is still underway as 
this report is being prepared, and there probably will be further reporting on this program at 
the Annual Conference. 

Two visitations are reported here. 

1. St. Paul's United Methodist church of Baton Rouge is one of the churches visited. St. 
Paul's is on the Baton Rouge-Hammond District and the Rev. John Coker is Pastor. The 
Commission chairman was accompanied on this visit by Mrs. Lee Ethel Gray, 
Commission Chairperson at Camphor Memorial. 

The Commission is very pleased to report that the experience was a successful one; 
the visitors were cordially received by the pastor and members. Rev. Coker delivered a 
thought provoking sermon on "The Holy Spirit," one of a series that he was delivering on 
the tenents of our faith. The announcements — one in particular — served to further put 
the visitors at ease. This particular announcement made the point that on the very next 
Sunday, Relation's Day, Rev. Coker and Rev. Freddie Henderson, Pastor, Jordan United 
Methodist Church of the Baton Rouge-Lafayette District, would exchange pulpits! 
Further comment on this exchange will be made later in the report. The visitors were 
invited to the reception hall for coffee and doughnuts after service. 

2. Another church visited was FUMC, of Tallulah, Louisiana, of the Monroe District. The 
Commission chairman was accompanied by his wife, Dorothy. The service was the 1 1 :00 
morning service. Again, the report is favorable. The visitors were cordially received by 
the pastor, and the Rev. Larry Miller, and many of the members. Rev. Miller's sermon was 
about miracles and was based upon John's account of Jesus feeding the five thousand. 
Rev. Miller made the point that miracles still happen in the world. The visitors felt that a 
small miracle was already occurring in that very church! 

On that particular Sunday, the congregation was raising its consciousness about 
world hunger. One aspect of this project was a hunger lunch after service. The lunch, to 
which the visitors were invited, consisted of two kinds of soup: a Hebrew (potato) soup 
and a Gentile (a thin vegetable) soup. The lunch also included delicious cornbread. The 
interracial fellowship was warm. The visitors particularly enjoyed meeting Mrs. "T." 

OTHER ACTIVITIES 

A. Pulpit Exchanges (Human Relations Sunday) 

1. St. Paul and Jordan: Rev. Freddie Henderson of Jordan preached at the morning (9:30 
service at St. Paul's and assisted Rev. Coker in serving the elements at Communion. That 
evening, Rev. Coker preached at Jordan and was accompanied by some members of St. 
Paul's. 

2. Four Methodist related churches in Slidell: Aldersgate UMC, Hartzell Mt. Zion UMC, Mt. 
Olive AME and FUMC participated in a bicentennial worship service on March 11. The 
service was held at FUMC and Rev. Stone Caraway delivered the message at this service 
which was held in the afternoon. Each church was well represented by choirs and 
members of the congregation. 

3. On April 15, the Aldersgate, Hartzell Mt. Zion and FUMC churches, all of Slidell, jointly 
presented "The Invisible Fire." This work was presented at Hartzell Mt. Zion was 
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4. The three United Methodist Churches of Slidell are organizing a tri-church group for the 
purpose of promoting interracial fellowship and understanding. 

5. Rev. Robert F. Harrington (Retired) of New Orleans preached at FUMC, Monroe, Louisian a 
in February. 

6. Mrs. Estelle Dameron, Commission member from Pineville, was the guest speaker at the 
Wesley United Methodist Church of Pineville during the fall. 

7. The New Orleans-Houma District sponsored a District-Wide Workshop on Religion and 
Race on February 10-11. The workshop was held at Mt. Zion UMC in New Orleans, Rev. 
Alfred Norris, Pastor. Ms. Yolanda Rivers and Rev. Gilbert Caldwell of the Washington 
office of the National Commission on Religion and Race conducted the workshop. Rev. 
Abraham Davis, Pastor, First Street UMC, was one of the organizers. 

8. Camphor Memorial-FUMC (Baton Rouge): Rev. George W. C. Calvin, Pastor of Camphor 
and Rev. Woodrow Hearn of First exchanged pulpits for the morning services. Rev. Hearn 
was accompanied by one of the choirs from First Church. 

9. FUMC, Slidell-Hartzell Mt. Zion: Rev. Sale Lilly of FUMC and Rev. John Hamilton of Hartzell 
Mt. Zion exchanged pulpits on February 12. Rev. Hamilton preached at FUMC at the 8:30 
and 10:50 morning services. He was accompanied at the later service by the Youth Choir 
from Hartzell Mt. Zion. Rev. Lilly preached at Hartzell Mt. Zion and was accompanied by 
the Handbell Choirs and the Chancel Choir from Frist. 

10. St. Mark UMC (Baton Rouge) -University (Reilly) UMC: Rev. Kenneth M. Fisher, Pastor of 
St. Mark and Rev. J. P. Woodland of University exchanged pulpits. Rev. Fisher was 
accompanied by the Sanctuary Choir and several members from St. Mark. Rev. Woodland 
was accompanied by the Chancel Choir and members from University Church. 

11. Pharr Chapel UMC-Mason UMC: Rev. J. Vernon Fairley and Rev. Roger Transpers 
exchanged pulpits on January 29. Rev. Fairley preached at Mason at 8:00 morning service 
and at the Wamsley UMC at the 11:00 a.m. service. Rev. Transpers preached at Pharr at 
both the 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. services. 

B. Other Activities 

1. Rev. Dean Thompson, Pastor, Blackwater UMC led the mid-week Lenten service at 
Camphor Memorial on Wednesday, March 14. Rev. Thompson was accompanied by the 
Senior Choir from Blackwater. Rev. Calvin, Pastor of Camphor, has invited and received 
acceptance from two more other race churches. 

2. Rev. Lilly, Pastor of FUMC, Slidell preached at Newell UMC. 
CONCLUSION 

All of these activities are heartening. And there are perhaps even more that have taken place 
during the year which did not come to the Commission's attention. 

But these few are not enough. For when one considers the number of congregations in the 
Louisiana Annual Conference, one readily realizes the few activities reported here, as rich as 
they are, represent a disquietingly small number of congregations, pastors, and church 
members. 

And these activities relate only to interracial church visitations. No mention is made of 
interracial congregations or of pulpit assignments across racial lines. 

Therefore it is clear that there is still much distance to travel to true brotherhood in 
Methodism in Louisiana. 

Nevertheless, progress is being made. Officially, the conference is integrated. Indeed nearly 
all, if not all, boards are interracial in make-up, and United Methodists meet regularly on an 
integrated basis in conference and district sponsored meetings. 

Of the organizations in the conference, the United Methodist Women appear to be the best 
integrated and the strongest. Others should follow its lead. 

The Apostle Paul tells us that we are all one in Christ and that in Christ, physical differences 
are of no consequence. 

Rogers J. Newman, Chairman 



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Commission On Status And Role Of Women 

The Commission on the Status and Role of Women has a commitment to the full and equal 
responsibility and participation of women in the total life and mission of the Church, with 
women sharing fully in the power and policy-making at all levels of the Church. We applaud the 
women of the Louisiana Annual Conference delegation to General and Jurisdictional 
Conferences for the leadership they provide. 

In September, Kathi Finnell led our commission in a workshop on our responsibilities and 
purpose. The commission has developed two valuable resources for use by local church CSRW 
liasions. First is a local job description information sheet sent to all churches through the 
February, 1984 "Coverage" mailing. Second is a training packet for local CSRWs available from 
the Conference CSRW chairperson. 

Child Care is one of the services our commission renders during Annual Conference. This 
service has expanded since its inception in 1980 with twenty-six children involved this past 
year. We will again have Child Care available during sessions of Annual Conference. 
Reservations for Child Care should be sent to Mrs. Betty Rowell, 521 S. Fifth St., Eunice, La. 
70535 by May 15th. Dormitory space for delegates and children is limited so please indicate on 
your housing request if you will be bringing your children. Another event during Annual 
Conference is the luncheon honoring Women in Ministry. Each year it is growing as is the 
number of women in ministry in Louisiana. 

At present the commission is working on aids for inclusive language during the worship 
service. These will be included in the "Coverage" periodically. September 9, 1984 has been 
designated for the "Celebration of Women in Methodism in 200 Years" in the Louisiana Annual 
Conference. We have prepared a packet for this celebration and it will be ready at Annual 
Conference. The United Methodist Women of Louisiana receive our encouragement and 
prayers for the Political Skills Workshop planned for November 3, 1984. 

The Church since New Testament times has always made provision for helping widows and 
orphans. Today poverty among women, especially single women, is increasing. Discover within 
your community those who are facing poverty, and find out what you can do to help. 

We reiterate our deep concern for the role and status of women in power structures and 
policy-making units of the Church. Few women hold positions of leadership in traditionally 
male areas, such as chairing administrative committees and boards, or being members of the 
finance and trustees committees. We encourage each local church to balance positions of 
leadership according to a formula which reflects the male-female make-up of the congregation. 

Mrs. Betty M. Rowell 
CSRW Chairperson 



The Communications Committee 

The Communications Committee was organized by the Conference Council on Ministries 
and approved at the Fall meeting in 1983. The Committee is one of the several committees of 
the Council and amenable to it. 

The Committee is composed of the district communicators, persons with skills in 
communications and representatives from the Conference Council. A member of the Cabinet, 
Council Chairperson, Council Director, Youth Coordinator and Director of Communications 
serve as ex-officio members. 

The work of the committee is carried out through four task forces: TV/Video, Radio, Print 
Media and Local Church Training. Responsibilities include TV/satellite ministries, video 
productions, radio spots and programs, The Louisiana United Methodist, and Church 
Newsletter and Electronic Media workshops. 

The Committee is currently in the process of writing guidelines and policy statements for the 
operation of The Louisiana United Methodist and the Television /Video ministry of the 
Conference. Plans are being made for training events for local church and district communica- 
tions chairpersons, and other persons interested in communications in the church. 

Don Cottrill, Chairperson 



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D. Reports Of Committees 

Committee On Courtesies 

"Unto thee, O God, do we give thanks," said the psalmist. The Church of Jesus Christ gives 
thanks also, for by His Cross joy came into this world. And this Annual Conference is grateful 
for the blessing of this time together again to wait upon the Lord and to seek His strength for 
the living of these days. Before we close this session it is appropriae that we express sincere 
appreciation for what has been done by so many people to make this Conference both possible 
and successful. We dare not take for granted what they have done on our behalf. 

We thank Dr. Harvey G. Williamson for his thorough planning and coordination of this entire 
event, and Dr. Odell Simmons, host District Superintendent, for his devoted leadership. And we 
never tire of expressing our goodwill and gratitude to Dr. D. L. Dykes, the people and staff of 
First United Methodist Church; also to Dr. Donald Webb and his able Centenary College staff, 
especially Kay Madden. You have provided for our every need with your usual energy and 
courtesy. Our thanks also to Walker J. Rodie, Inc. for the use of the Allen organ to assist our 
worship, and to Clyde Gorum for the lovely shrubs and flowers enhancing the Gold Dome and 
First United Methodist Church. Our sincere appreciation is also extended to Claiborne Sharp 
for handling the sound system in the Gold Dome. 

We thank God for the several wonderful choirs that lifted us to the throne of grace. We are 
grateful for all who proclaimed God's Word to us, especially to Dr. Merlin Merrill who reminded 
us of that endless line of splendor and devoted sacrifice which is our American Methodist 
Heritage, a heritage we must honor by appreciating it in our future as God leads us. It was 
wonderful beyond words to have Bishop Finis Crutchfield return and challenge us with the 
ordination sermon. With him at that time we were all poignantly aware of the presence of our 
late, beloved Bishop, Kenneth Shamblin. 

Finally, I express our common love and gratitude to Bishop Paul Galloway for the efficient 
and gracious way he has presided over this session, and always with good humor. We thank 
God for Bishop Galloway's able leadership, not only during this Conference session, but 
throughout the period since the untimely death of Bishop Shamblin. 

This Conference session was an expression of our unity and purpose in Jesus Christ above all 
else. Christ is faithful and will not abandon His Church. The question concerns our faithfulness 
to Him! The Lord is calling us to Himself, into a deeper communion with Himself. He feeds us 
that we, in His name, might feed the world with the bread of Heaven. With the Apostle we 
declare the mystery of our holy faith, which is Christ alive in us, the strength of the Church, and 
the light of her vision. May God be merciful to us and bless us, and cause His face to shine upon 
us. Praised be Jesus Christ! 

Respectfully, 

Grayson B. Watson, Chairman 

Committee On Episcopacy 

United Methodism and especially the Louisiana Annual Conference suffered a great loss 
during the Conference year in the death of Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin. 

Bishop Shamblin gave outstanding leadership to our Conference. His pastoral care and 
friendship will be remembered by many persons, clergy, and lay, who were touched with the 
spirit of his loving concern. The Christian movement was advanced through his administration 
of the bishop's office and the affairs of the connectional church. His high standards for effective 
preaching and competent Christian education were a source of inspiration and help for many 
people and churches. _ 

The contribution his life, ministry and episcopal guidance made to the United Methodist 
people of Louisiana will be in evidence for many years to come. 

We express our love to Virginia Shamblin and the other members of the family. We are 
thankful to her for the many ways she so kindly related to the people in our Conference^ 

Following Bishop Shamblin's death, the Committee on Episcopacy and the Cabinet 
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We were very fortunate to have Bishop Paul V. Galloway assigned by the Council of Bishops 
to Louisiana. Bishop Galloway's experience of strong leadership in the episcopal office for 
many years and his close personal connection with the Shamblin family enabled him to 
immediately become an effective leader in our Conference. 

Bishop Galloway has enabled the Louisiana Conference to complete some significant 
projects and to provide leadership looking to the future. He dedicated the Conference 
Headquarters Building in March. This service of dedication marked the completion of the 
building project which will provide a beautiful and efficient place of work as well as a landmark 
symbolizing United Methodism in our state capitol. 

Mrs. Galloway has traveled with the Bishop to many of our churches. We express 
appreciation to her for her lovely Christian fellowship and interest in the Conference. 

The Galloways will always be remembered in Louisiana for the help and love they have given 
to us in a great time of need. 

J. Woodrow Hearn, Chairman 



Ethnic Minority Local Church Task Force 

Contributions toward the $72,500 Missional Priority Apportionment for the Conference 
amounted to $68,420 during the last Conference year. The EMLC Task Force met in January 
and disbursed the 30 percent retained in the Conference; $20,420 to twelve programs and 
projects while 70 percent, $48,000 was sent to the General Church Commission on Finance for 
distribution to General Boards. An accounting is here given of the total receipts for 1981-1983. 

Receipts 1981-1983 

I. Apportionment for each year (3) $72,500.00 $217,500.00 

II. Reported by churches: 1981 - 65,480.33 

1982- 67,635.50 

1983- 68,420.00 

Total reported by churches 201,535.83 

III. An anonymous gift in 1981 15,000.00 

IV. From the Division of Diaconal Ministry of the 

Board of Higher Education and Ministry 
Nashville for N. O. Bi-District pilot project: 

1982- 10,400.00 20,400.00 

1983- 10,000.00 

V. From Board of Discipleship for EMLC 1,820.00 

Convocation, November 12, 1983 

Grand total receipts: 238,755.83 



From the funds reported by churches (no. 2) 70% ($141,075) was sent to the General 
Commission on Finance and Administration to be disbursed to the General Boards, and 30% 
($60,460) was retained for Strengthening and Developing the Ethnic Minority Local Church in 
the Conference. However, all of the number 3 and number 4 above was for Conference use also 
making the total for Conference use during the period $97,680. 

The following represent an accounting of the funds, and EMLC Task Force out of the 1983 
proceeds. 



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Financial Report 



I. Total Conference apportionment for 1983 $72,500.00 

Total Amount received 68,420.00 

Total Difference 4,080.00 

II. Sent to General Church Commission on Finance for 

distribution to General Church Boards 48,000.00 

For Conference Ethnic Minority Local Church 

Task Force's use 20,420.00 

Grand Total 68,420.00 

III. Projects funded by Conference Ethnic Minority 
Local Church Task Force: 

a. Dulac Community Center $ 1,600.00 

b. Dulac United Methodist Church 1,600.00 

c. Missional Priority Interpretation 1984 2,000.00 

d. N. O. Bi-District Church School Enrichment Program . . . 1,500.00 

e. Project Care (First Street Church) New Orleans 1,000.00 

f. St. Peter U.M.C 1,500.00 

g. Scott Chapel U.M.C 1,500.00 

h. Scholarships (Seminary Students) 2,280.00 

i. Shreveport Metropolitan Ministries 1,500.00 

j. Spanish Ministry 4,000.00 

k. Trinity U.M.C. Center 1,000.00 

1. Woodland U.M.C 1,500.00 

Grand Total Disbursed $21 580 00 

Excess U60.00 

(The excess amount was taken out of $1,200 balance from last year.) 



E. Other Reports 
Lameco Federal Credit Union 

The LAMECO FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, 6312 Sandbeach Blvd., Shreveport, LA 71105 
serves all members of the Louisiana Annual Conference, paid staff members of local United 
Methodist churches, and employees of Centenary College of Louisiana. Membership is also 
open to spouses and immediate family of members. Currently LAMECO has assets of over 
$150,000 with a membership of approximately 400. 

To join LAMECO, one must simply fill out a membership card and deposit $5.00 plus 25 cents 
membership fee. Cards may be obtained at the above address or at the Centenary College 
Payroll office. LAMECO has the convenience of banking by mail or by payroll deduction. 

LAMECO needs your support and dollars if it is to continue to be healthy. The new loan 
policies instituted by the board last year have dramatically reduced the waiting period for 
loans. In an effort to provide a service to its members LAMECO has continued to hold the line 
on the interest it charges. (The rates have not changed in several years.) Because of this the 
yearly dividend rate was only 5 l A%. But when you weigh this against the low interest rates and 
share life insurance LAMECO offers its members, you will see we are more than competitive 
with other financial institutions. 

Again we repeat the plea of a deposit of $50 from each member. With this deposit you are 
serving both yourself (by insuring your ability to borrow at a future time and by qualifying you 
for semi-annual dividends) as well as the other members. 

These are the loan regulations and other facts of interest. 

1. Borrower must have been a member for one year and have a minimum share balance of 
$50 at the time of application. 

2. Each member is allowed only one secured loan and one unsecured loan at the same time. 



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3. New car loans can be made up to $6,000, not to exceed 70% of list price — 42 months to 
repay at an interest rate of 12% — $176.68/mo. if loan is for full amount. 

4. Used car loans can be made up to $4,000 or 70% of value of car, with 36 months to repay 
at interest rate of 15%. 

5. Signature loans are available up to $1,500 at 15% with 24 months to repay. 

6. One may borrow against one's share deposits at a rate of 9%. 

7. Life insurance on your share savings of up to 3000 at no direct cost to you. 

Dr. David Thomas, President 
Jeanie Trahan, Office Manager 



Louisiana Interchurch Conference 

The Louisiana Interchurch Conference continues to be a dynamic expression of the ecu- 
menical movement in Louisiana. It is a sign that there is a convergence of faith, a recognition 
that every church believes and seeks to live the apostolic faith. The work which is done in 
Louisiana is, also, a recognition that the cooperating denominations share a common under- 
standing of justice and peace. The ecumenical movement has made incredible progress during 
the past fifty years in terms of understanding fellow Christians, working with them in common 
projects, and accepting them as brothers and sisters in Christ. We are pleased that in Louisiana 
we see many expressions of this progress. 

During Christmastide of 1982, the Faith and Order Commission of the World Council of 
Churches met in Lima, Peru. This commission was composed of Pentecostal, Baptist, Roman 
Catholic, Methodist, Presbyterian, Lutheran, and about twenty-five other denominational 
groups. The commission adopted a faith statement entitled "Baptism, Eucharist, and Ministry" 
to be studied by the churches. This statement is now being studied in almost every country. The 
Faith and Order Commission of the Louisiana Interchurch Conference is studying the docu- 
ment. They encourage groups of ministers and local congregations to do likewise. The 
document represents a significant growing in faith. Copies may be ordered from the Friend- 
ship Press. 

Genuine faith leads to good works: so the Louisiana Interchurch Conference during the past 
year has been involved in many types of Christian service and witness. These include: 

The conducting of a workshop on "Types and Forms of Prison Ministry" 

Initiated the Lectionary Television series 

Promoted the observance of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 

Expressed opposition to the execution of Robert Wayne Williams and others 

Responded to Swaggart's criticisms of churches 

Organized support for World Family Day and World Marriage Day 

Conducted an Interfaith Seminar for Pastors and Chaplains 

Promoted Peace and Justice Sunday 

Worked to maintain Sunday closing Laws 

Assisted the Department of Health and Human Resources in developing volunteer 
programs 

Advocated before the legislature for the economically deprived in concert with 
Survival Coalition and the Coalition for Human Dignity 

Cooperated in providing for the CHURCH PRESENCE at the World's Fair 
The unity of the church and the unity of mankind: these two, together and inseparable, 
express the essence of Christianity and the witness of Methodism, namely, the inner faith 
experience, and the outward expression. These two also express the reason for the existence 
of the Louisiana Interchurch Conference. We are grateful for all of you who are working to 
bring us together in the church and in the state. We are thankful for all of you who share this 
vision, who contribute financially to this ministry, and who seek to fulfill these goals in your 
church and community. 

James L. Stovall 



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Louisiana Moral & Civic Foundation 
Introduction 

Greetings to all the churches and members of the Louisiana Annual Conference from the 
Board of Trustees and staff of the Louisiana Moral and Civic Foundation. Through your 
prayers, encouragement, and financial support, God has blessed LMCF with another year of 
effective ministry to the people in Louisiana called United Methodists. 

Administration 

In the fiscal year 1983, we received total gifts of $192,842.22. Of that total, United Methodists 
contributed $12,342.57. This represents a net loss of United Methodist giving in the amount of 
$1,178.20 as compared to the 1982 total of $13,520.77. We are prayerful that LMCF's asking of 
$1 per member per year of each church in the conference will be forthcoming in 1984 and if we 
have not been placed in your 1984 budget that a special offering will be received and forwarded 
through the conference office to LMCF. We renew our commitment to be good stewards of that 
which is given as well as our appreciation for each and every gift received. 

Ministry 

LMCF ministers through its four major programs which are Awards, Educational, Legal and 
Legislative. 

In the Awards Program, the following United Methodists were honored: 1983 J. Henry 
Bowdon — Preaching Award . . . Rev. Weldon C. Bares (Lafayette); 1983 Quarterly Tribute . . . 
The late Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin. 

In the Education Program, in addition to LMCF's Youth Leadership Institute, where young 
people from all over of the state have an opportunity to develop for themselves a lifestyle free of 
drugs and alcohol as well as to be a positive influence on the lifestyle of their peers, we have 
continued to conduct seminars for churches, schools, clubs and many other statewide organi- 
zations. Research and other informational data upon request is provided to the same groups. 

The Legal Program of LMCF provided model ordinances, research and data to elected 
officials and citizens alike, legal and organizational assistance to these who sought to band 
together to combat specific moral problems in their community, as well as countless answers 
to questions sought by those concerned citizens who actively involve themselves in the struggle 
to improve the moral climate of their community and state. To do this LMCF maintains a very 
up-to-date law library, highly responsible legal counsel, and a monitoring service of all major 
agencies of state government, Attorney General's opinions and court decisions. 

The Legislative Program continues to provide for United Methodists and the religious 
community in general a reliable resource of information and monitoring of the Louisiana 
Legislature. Every 4 years the legislature is surveyed as to how effective LMCF's legislative 
program is. The results of the 1983 survey revealed that 84% of those returning the evaluation 
(over 50% returned) rated LMCF's legislature program "Very Effective." Typical comments 
were: "This program is very beneficial to the legislature and to the state" . . . "Very effective and 
dynamic" . . . "highly respected in the halls of the legislature" . . . "well respected — hard 
worker" . . . "mighty force for good in the legislature" . . . "unusual insight in dealing with 
legislature matters" . . . "quiet, persuasive, sincere manner" . . ."very open and fair-minded". . . 
"job done without being offensive "... "calm, factual, dispassionate approach to issues which 
lend themselves to a more emotional appeal" . . . "deals up front, straight from the shoulder, 
one of the effective". . ."Our state, national and the world needs an organization like LMCF". . . 
"uses good logic and reasoning to argue cases as opposed to a strictly emotional presentation" 
. . . "LMCF is a voice many times speaking out while many sit silent." 

Conclusion 

LMCF is not quasi-religious or extra-denominational. Louisiana United Methodists in 1983 
exercised their influence on LMCF through their elected board members: Dr. W. D. Boddie, Rev. 
William P. Fraser, Mr. Bob Nash, Rev. Robert L. Peyton, Dr. Samuel W. Walker, Mrs. Truman 
Ward, and President, Mr. William A. Ford. Additional participation and influence from United 



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Methodists come from the several members of the state advisory council who are United 
Methodists. Further the office of LMCF consulted with and cherished greatly the advise and 
counsel of the late Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin. We have been pleased and honored to come to 
know Bishop Paul V. Galloway and enjoy his confidence as well. 

LMCF advocates that Christian people, their churches, and their denominations work 
together. We are proud to serve as a front-line agency, a channel of communication, a forum for 
discussion, an instrument of cooperative Christian action, and an agency through which all 
Christian denominations can work together to do something effective about serious moral 
issues which would be difficult to solve alone. 

The prayers and support of the people of Louisiana called United Methodists are essential if 
LMCF is to continue to be effective in its ministry. Thank you for all that you have done and all 
that you shall do. 

Ken Ward, Executive Director 



The Media Resources Committee 

The Media Resources Committee was organized in the Fall of 1983. It is a Committee of the 
Conference Council on Ministries and amenable to the Council. 

The Committee is composed of persons with interests and skills in audio-visuals (films, 
filmstrips, videotapes); the Resource Center Coordinator; Council on Ministries Chairperson; 
Council Director; Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries; and Director of Communica- 
tions. 

The function of the Committee is as follows: 

1. To set policy and rates for the Resource Center's media materials. 

2. To preview films, video programs and filmstrips for purchase. 

3. To assist in the planning and implementing of Media Festivals throughout the Confer- 
ence to acquaint persons in local churches with the resources available and hands-on 
training for the use of projectors and VCRs. 

The Committee has previewed and purchased a number of Bicentennial films and video 
programs for placement in the Resource Center. It is also involved in updating the center. 

Dean Thompson, Chairperson 

Ministers' Emergency Aid Fund 

During the past year the Ministers' Emergency Aid Fund, which is administered by the 
Cabinet, has made it possible for twelve ministers, or their families, to receive financial aid in 
times when extra help was much needed. 
The financial report is as follows: 

Balance in Fund January 1, 1983 $29,605.01 

Received from ministers during the year 19,91 6.49 

Paid out in grants 1 1,553.54 

Balance in fund December 31, 1983 37,967.96 

We recommend that the following rules continue in effect: 

1. That each effective minister of the Louisiana Annual Conference be asked to give an 
amount equal to one-half of one percent of the minister's base salary for 1984, to be paid to 
the Ministers' Emergency Aid Fund. 

2. That this fund be used to provide emergency benefit aid to the ministers of the Louisiana 
Conference who maybe in special need; and that this emergency aid be given subject to the 
following limitations: 

A) The maximum amount allowed for a single emergency will be $2,000. 

B) The amount for a continuing emergency may be determined by the cabinet. 

3. That each pastor and local church be requested to cooperate in providing an adequate 
hospitalization insurance program for family protection. 

Kenneth R. Reed, Cabinet Secretary 



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Bob Lay Memorial 1000 Club 

Three years ago, The 1000 Club changed its method of distributing its funds. For nearly 30 
years funds were divided between 3 or 4 and sometimes more churches each year. 

This seemed to work well until inflation caused land and building costs to sky-rocket. In 
1981, the Church Extension Committee of the Board of Global Ministries came forward with a 
plan to start one new congregation each year. They invited the 1000 Club to join in this effort. 

This called for the combined resources of the Church Extension Program, The 1000 Club, the 
District Boards of Ministries and pledges from the members of the new congregations. With 
these four agencies concentrating their resources, it was believed that new congregations 
could be started in fast growing metropolitan areas of the state. 

This is the plan the 1000 Club is working with now. The annual goal has been raised twice 
since I have been working in the program, and is now $75,000.00. 

In the 1981-82 Conference year, $75,000.00 was raised and awarded to the St. Andrews 
Church in Baton Rouge. In 1982-83, $75,000.00 was raised for the Messiah Church in Kenner. 
This church is in the process of organizing, and when they acquire land and have plans for a 
building, this money will be turned over to them. At present it is held in trust. 

This years recipient is a new church in the Carlyss area near Sulphur. The final receipts will 
not be in until the last of June, and we do not know exactly what they will be. The goal is 
$75,000.00 and we hope to reach it. 

The recipient for the 1984-85 year has been selected, an entirely new congregation in the 
Drew area of West Monroe. The new congregation is already formed and held its first service on 
Easter Sunday, April 22, with a first attendance of 203. This is an excellent start for this new 
congregation, and we congratulate Dr. Douglas McGuire, District Superintendent of the 
Monroe District, the Reverend J. Roddy Taylor, Pastor of the McGuire Church in West Monroe, 
and members of his congregation for their help in getting this church started. 

The 1000 Club is a group of concerned Methodist Christians, clergy, and laity working 
together in an evangelistic effort to help bring the Church to areas where it does not now exist. 
If Methodism is to grow, or even survive, new congregations must be started. And who is to 
start them? Only other Methodists. We continue to solicit your prayers as your active support 
in this program of evangelism through church extension. 

Woody Atkinson, Conference Chairman 



Conference Youth Team 

The Louisiana Conference Youth Team (C.Y.T.) has experienced again another banner year 
of Conference Youth Ministry and Conference Youth Events. 

This year began immediately following Annual Conference at a 3-day training session for all 
9 Louisiana district youth teams (D.Y.T.). This 3-day training session was comprehensive in 
helping the new district youth team members and their coordinators come to understand 
their responsibilities and role as D.Y.T. members. It is at D.Y.T. training that the youth come to 
understand the role of the C.Y.T., and are informed of the responsibilities of the C.Y.T. This last 
year, each D.Y.T. was able to elect 2 delegates and 2 alternates to be members of the C.Y.T. 

The month of August saw the first official meeting of the new C.Y.T. At this meeting of the 
new C.Y.T., all dates and locations for the coming conference youth events were set, and 
themes and itinerary for each event were planned. New conference youth team officers were 
elected and installed, with Roger Templeton as C.Y.T. president, Beth Scott as C.Y.T. vice- 
president, Cathy Smith as secretary, Pat Boiling as youth service fund north chair, and Wes 
Davis as youth service fund south chair. With the theme of "1984, The Year of Spiritual 
Enlightenment," the new C.Y.T. set out to enhance and strengthen the spiritual life of the 
Louisiana Conference youth. 

The kick-off event for the year's youth events was the Fall Convocation held at First United 
Methodist Church of Alexandria in October. This year the youth were inspired by a special 
mime and drama team brought in from Dallas, Texas. The mime and drama centered on 
biblical scripture, and spiritual life. Also, adding to the festivities of the day, was a special 



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Christian contemporary music concert by the talented artist, Paul Guffey of Baton Rouge. 
Ending the day in a beautiful way, all of the youth in attendance joined in a special communion 
and commitment service. 

Next came the junior high retreat in November. This year, we returned to the Caney 
Conference Centre in Minden for a weekend filled with fun, worship, workshops and spirit- 
uality. With over 235 youth in attendance, things were a bit crowded, but the youth seemed no 
worse-for-the-wear. The theme of this retreat was "Puzzling Reflections" and was based on the 
scripture, 1st Corinthians 13:12. Workshops concerned such issues as: Prayer and Devotion, 
Coping with Myself, Relating to Parents, What is a United Methodist?, Using My Talents for God, 
and Decision Making. 

February was the time of the senior high retreat. Due to such a marvelous interest, the event 
was again held at Caney Conference Centre'. This year 267 youth and adults attended. The 
name of the weekend was, "A Worthless Retreat For The Spiritually Refined," During this 
weekend, all wrestled with the theme, "One For All!!!, All For One?". The weekend was filled with 
worship, fun, small groups, discussions, keynote speakers, films, and music. All in attendance 
left the retreat with a firmer understanding of their spiritual relationship with others and with 
God. 

Both Youth Service Fund (Y.S.F.) retreats were held this year in the month of March. Y.S.F. 
South was held at Camp Istrouma with a capacity crowd. Y.S.F. North was held at Caney 
Conference Centre' with a representative crowd of north Louisiana youth. Helping the youth to 
understand their role in stewardship and mission to youth of their own community and also 
their state, the U.S. and the world was the intention of these retreats. The Y.S.F. South Retreat 
set a goal of $7,000 for Y.S.F. contributions from youth of South Louisiana for the year 1984, 
and the Y.S.F. North retreat set a goal of $10,000 for Y.S.F. contributions from youth of North 
Louisiana. If this goal is reached, it will be the largest Y.S.F. goal ever attained by the youth of 
the Louisiana Conference. It can be done! 

This year, the C.Y.T. instituted a new project with the invention of the Youth Service Fund 
Trash-A-Thon. The dates of this event are May 20-26. The intention is to have the youth of each 
local church pick a community "Trashy Spot" and as a group, clean it up. Pledges are to be 
taken by the youth from members of their church and the community for each bag of trash 
collected. The hope is that $5,000 will be raised to be sent directly to the National Youth Service 
Fund. 

Our conference youth team made Jurisdictional and National youth news when Yolanda 
Robertson of Slidell was voted the vice chair of the National Youth Ministry Organization 
(N.Y.M.O.) in August of 1983 at the N.Y.M.O. Convocation in Syracuse, New York. Also at the 
meeting our Conference Director of Youth Ministries, L. Patterson Culligan was elected as the 
South Central Jurisdictional Adult Representative to the National Youth Ministry Organiza- 
tion and also became a member of the N.Y.M.O. Steering Committee. 

Elected representatives to the Jurisdictional Youth Convocation held in Fayetteville, 
Arkansas in March were, Geoff Hart of Natchitoches, Pat Boiling of Homer, Douglas McCastle of 
Baton Rouge, and Yolanda Robertson of Slidell. Attending as the adult representative was Mr. 
Pleasant Sibley, Jr. of Walker, the Baton Rouge/Hammond District Youth Coordinator. Also 
attending was Sid Wall from Denham Springs as an alternate to the convocation. 

This past year will be a tough one to top in organization, commitment, and involvement, but 
the new C.Y.T. will be anxious to begin again with a whole new year of ministry at D.Y.T. training 
immediately following this Annual Conference. 

L. Patterson Culligan 
Director 

The South Central Jurisdiction — The United Methodist Church 

The major purpose of the jurisdiction is that of leadership development. During the calendar 
year of 1983 the Jurisdictional Council on Ministries, the program unit of the jurisdictional 
structure, has made possible a variety of leadership training and inspirational events. These 
included a workshop for senior pastors; Inter-Ethnic Minority Convocation; training and 



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sharing of ideas for campus ministers; Bishops' Week at Mt. Sequoyah; ecumenical missions 
conference; laboratory/ seminars for workers in the church school; workshop for administra- 
tors of weekday schools for children; workshop on the use of the computer in the local church; 
telecommunications workshops; four retreats at Mt. Sequoyah for retirees; workshop for 
training of lay leaders; workshop for persons involved in churches with few members; training 
event for camp administrators and their staffs and another one planned for 1984; workshop 
for United Methodist Men giving emphasis to the work of Boy Scouts and taking leadership in 
this ministry; workshop for persons interested in archives and history where plans were made 
to better catalogue archives and history of the South Central Jurisdiction in the Bridwell 
Library of Perkins School of Theology. One of the most active units in the Jurisdiction is the 
youth organization. More than 300 young people from the seventeen annual conferences 
participated in the J.Y.M.E. held at Centenary College, Shreveport, La. last summer. The 
Jurisdiction Youth Conference was held at Bridgeport Conference Center in March of 1983. 
Plans are being made for "Reclamation 84" to be held in Kansas City, August 13- 1 7, 1 984 where 
more than 3000 young people and their leaders are expected to participate. Task forces have 
been at work planning training events for the calendar year 1984. 

During 1983 the J.C.O.M. began a Volunteers in Mission program, making possible a way to 
coordinate short term volunteer work programs within the jurisdiction and beyond the 
borders of the United States. A number of local church groups have been involved in ministry 
to the medical needs of people in Mexico, Haiti and other countries. Other groups have been 
involved in the construction and repairing of church parsonages and church buildings in the 
jurisdiction and Mexico. Rev. Hans Aurbakken serves as the jurisdictional coordinator for this 
program. Persons or groups interested in becoming personally involved in volunteer work or 
who are seeking a worthy project, should contact the VIM office, 6155 Samuell Blvd., Dallas, TX 
75228, telephone 214-321-7077. 

The Jurisdictional office has worked with the General Board of Higher Education and 
Ministry in administering scholarship funds to approximately 150 ethnic minority students 
who were working toward the fully ordained ministry. A total of $33,550 was awarded during 
the calendar year 1983. The jurisdiction also participated in the establishment of The Indian 
Center at Oklahoma City University in 1983. 

The Protestant Hour, a radio program supported by the South Central Jurisdiction, the 
Southeastern Jurisdiction, the United Methodist Communications and other groups continues 
to be a vital ministry throughout the nation. The Jurisdiction office serves as a communica- 
tions link between the seventeen annual conferences and general boards and agencies. During 
1983 a news sheet, "SCJ Mix," was inaugurated that carries news about "good things" happen- 
ing in districts and annual conferences. The "SCJ Mix" is a media through which program ideas 
are shared. 

The Jurisdictional office was moved into office space made available in a new suburban 
Cokesbury Book Store, 6155 Samuell Blvd., Dallas, TX in 1983. We are grateful to Cokesbury for 
including this comfortable and attractive office space, plus affording a meeting room that is 
available for use by the jurisdiction. 

Work was begun 1983 in making plans for the 1984 Jurisdictional Conference Session to be 
held in Lubbock, Texas, July 16-19, 1984. A restructure study committee has been at work 
preparing recommendations for changes in the jurisdiction structure. A copy of these recom- 
mendations will be carried in "The Christian Advocate" and mailed to all delegates before the 
Jurisdictional Conference Session. 

Annual Conferences have been supportive of the Jurisdictional Administration Fund. Eight 
of the conferences have paid their apportionments "in full" for 1983. Ninety-four (94%) percent 
of the total apportionment was paid, the total amount being the largest given of any year in the 
history of the jurisdiction. Of the $205,000 apportioned for the Jurisdictional Administration 
Fund, $193,276.46 was paid. We express our appreciation and thanks for the support given to 
the jurisdiciton by the seventeen annual conferences. 

Dr. Harvey G. Williamson and Mr. Jack Paris have represented the Louisiana Annual 
Conference on the Jurisdictional Council on Ministries and Dr. J. J. Caraway has served on the 



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Jurisdictional Council on Finance and Administration. We are grateful for their support. We 
are also grateful to the College of Bishops for their support and work through the Jurisdic- 
tional structure of the church. 

S. Duane Bruce 
Executive Director 



Statement Of Assets And Fund Balances 

Arising From Cash Transactions 
Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Fund Beginning 

No. Description Balance 

4300 Pension & Ben. Fd 673,326.03 

4400 D. S. Fund 47,033.87 

4500 Episcopal Fund 12,444.04 

4600 Equitable Salaries 145,549.85 

4700 Temp. Gen. Aid Fund . . 15,603.08 

4900 Interdenom. Fund 27.54 

5000 Gen. Admin. Fund 4,205.95 

5100 Juris. Adm. Fund 2,897.36 

5200 La. Conf. Admin. Fd. . . 138,216.52 

5500 World Serv./Conf. Ben. . 280,943.92 

5600 Min. Education Fund . . . 101,542.22 

5700 Black College Fund 438.92 

5800 Missional Prior. Fd 0.00 

5900 Ed. Priorities Fund 74,999.44 

6000 Gen. Adv. Specials 56,941.30 

6100 Youth Service Fund .... 6,617.38 

6200 Gen. Ch Offerings 1,541.43 

6300 Church Ed Sunday 12,154.94 

6400 Min. Emerg Fund 29,605.01 

6500 Conf. Adv. Specials 290,221.42 

6600 Centenary College 51,266.47 

6700 Wesley Foundation 69,326.50 

6800 Pen. Crusade-Church . . . 2,759,499.60 

6900 Pen. Crusade-Min 422,786.10 

7000 La. Interchurch Fd 17,523.96 

7100 Special Funds —43,346.44 

5300 District Funds 0.00 

TOTALS 5,171,366.41 



Year-to-Date ' 


ifear-to-Date 


Ending 


Credit 


Debit 


Balance 


1,597,309.10 


1,274,292.32 


996,342.81 


451,260.18 


447,932.21 


50,361.84 


81,753.29 


81,400.00 


12,797.33 


48,812.44 


60,464.64 


133,897.65 


19,295.78 


34,861.03 


37.83 


14,335.59 


14,300.00 


63.13 


43,827.38 


42,600.00 


5,433.33 


17,266.96 


17,365.00 


2,799.32 


556,023.66 


545,679.81 


148,560.37 


601,860.62 


598,529.81 


284,274.73 


242,269.85 


239,127.10 


104,684.97 


93,579.08 


94,000.00 


18.00 


68,420.06 


68,406.25 


13.81 


77,483.20 


76,500.00 


75,982.64 


147,796.39 


153,707.57 


51,030.12 


5,251.99 


4,200.00 


7,669.37 


69,743.82 


70,400.00 


885.25 


3,945.29 


1,440.00 


14,660.23 


19,916.49 


11,553.54 


37,967.96 


769,962.48 


746,608.62 


313,575.28 


379,930.66 


379,703.85 


51,493.28 


367,390.52 


363,539.93 


73,177.09 


735,258.55 


916.00 


3,493,842.15 


114,124.35 


13.80 


536,896.65 


19,065.72 


22,800.00 


13,789.68 


1,130,664.98 


859,809.84 


227,508.70 


1,710.00 


1,680.00 


30.00 


7,678,258.43 


6,211,831.32 


6,637,793.52 




J. J. Caraway, Treasurer 




Conference Director 




Financial Affairs 



184 LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

Statistician's Condensed Report 
By J. J. Caraway 

Table I 

1982 1983 
CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 

1. Total Members Reported at Close of Last Year 137,860 138,714 

2. Received on Confession of Faith or Restored 2,553 2,505 

3. Received from Other United Methodist Churches 3,199 2,760 

4. Received from Other Denominations 1,986 1,829 

5. Removed by Charge Conference 

Action or Withdrawn 1,513 2,151 

6. Removed by Transfer to Other 

United Methodist Churches 2,502 2,381 

7. Removed by Transfer to Other Denominations 1,161 1,199 

8. Removed by Death 1,708 1,623 

9. Total Members at the Close of this Year 138,714 138,454 

10. Average Attendance at Principal 

Weekly Worship Service(s) 52,500 52,007 

BAPTISMS 

11. Number of Persons Baptized this Year 2,858 2,876 

12. Preparatory Members Now on Roll 22,274 22,156 

13. Number of Persons on Constituency Roll 7,165 8,21 

14. Total Enrolled in Confirmation Classes this Year 1,766 1,574 

CHURCH SCHOOL 

15. Number of Leaders 6,490 6,500 

16. Children (Birth through Sixth Grade) 16,906 16,675 

17. Youth 9,033 8,953 

18. Adults 24,960 24,917 

19. Total Church School Membership 57,389 57,045 

20. Average Attendance in Sunday Church School 28,358 28,219 

21. Average Attendance in On-Going Classes/ 

Groups for Learning 12,225 12,339 

22. Average Attendance in Short-Term Classes/ 

Groups for Learning 23,067 21,601 

23. Number of Church School Members Joining on 

Confession of Faith 1,429 1,437 

UNITED METHODIST MEN 

24. Membership in Chartered United Methodist Men 4,195 3,973 

25. Amount Paid for Projects 104,019 115,706 

UNITED METHODIST WOMEN 

26. Membership in United Methodist Women 14,337 14,091 

27. Amount Paid for Local Church-Community Work 308,608 271,612 

PROPERTY AND OTHER ASSETS 

28. Value of Church Land, Buildings & Equipment 186,508,433 213,555,975 

29. Value of Church-Owned Parsonages & Furniture 22,335,324 25,187,903 

30. Value of Other Assets (Cash, Securities, 

Other Property) 19,599,467 19,921,846 

31. Indebtedness on Items 28, 29, 30 at End of Year 15,691,841 17,939,363 

32. Other Indebtedness (Current Expense) 1 78,639 120,775 



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Table II 

CHURCH MEMBERSHIP/LOCAL CHURCH EXPENDITURES 

33. Principal-Interest Paid on Indebtedness, 

Loans, Mortgages 3,463,605 4,357,527 

34. Paid on Buildings-Improvements 

(Excluding Funds Borrowed) 5,046,663 5,658,798 

35. Current Expenses for Program 

(Including Church School) 1,413,974 1,402,168 

36. Other Current Operating Expenses 

(Including Church School) 7,580,978 8,175,364 

37. Benevolences Paid Directly by Local Church 2,992,682 3,791,588 

38a. Pastor's Salary Set 4,731,488 5,103,197 

38b. Pastor's Salary Paid 4,735,946 5,111,381 

39a. Associate(s) Salary Set 453,785 549,029 

39b. Associate(s) Salary Paid 450,048 539,314 

39c. Total Paid (38b + 39b) 5,185,994 5,650,695 

40a. Utilities Paid Pastor 658,297 723,240 

40b. Utilities Paid Associate(s) 53,321 70,786 

40c. Total Paid (40a + 40b) 710,281 794,026 

41a. Travel Paid Pastor 996,446 1,187,790 

41b. Travel Paid Associate(s) 93,468 145,832 

41c. Travel Paid (41a + 41b) 1,234,114 1,333,622 

42. Pension and Benefit Funds (MPP and/or CPP) Paid 

Directly to the General Board of Pensions 644,558 741,403 

43a. Pension & Benefit Funds Apportioned 618,258 669,091 

43b. Pension & Benefit Funds Paid 615,981 668,469 

44a. District Superintendents' Fund Apportioned 376,479 415,187 

44b. District Superintendents' Fund Paid 375,528 413,844 

45a. Episcopal Fund Apportioned 80,323 82,044 

45b. Episcopal Fund Paid 80,139 81,51 1 

46a. Equitable Salary Fund Apportioned 25,092 25,01 5 

46b. Equitable Salary Fund Paid 25,001 24,832 

47a. Temporary General Aid Fund Apportioned 22,107 20,037 

47b. Temporary General Aid Fund Paid 21,208 19,324 

CONNECTIONAL ADMINISTRATION FUND 

49a. Interdenominational Cooperation Fund 

Apportioned 16,709 16,673 

49b. Interdenominational Cooperation Fund Paid 14,201 14,366 

50a. General Administration Fund Apportioned 45,135 44,978 

50b. General Administration Fund Paid 43,364 43,676 

51a. Jurisdictional Administration Fund Apportioned 16,301 16,059 

51b. Jurisdictional Administration Fund Paid 15,623 15,578 

52a. Area and Conference Administration Apportioned ... 321,026 375,070 

52b. Area and Conference Administration Paid 311,655 364,659 

53a. District Administration Funds Apportioned 373,869 391,257 

53b. District Administration Funds Paid 372,721 382,795 

CHURCH MEMBERSHIP WORLD SERVICE AND CONFERENCE BENEVOLENCES 

55a. World Service/Conference Benevolences 

Apportioned 570,576 599,571 

55b. World Service/Conference Benevolences Paid 553,152 575,458 



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BENEVOLENCES 

56a. Ministerial Education Fund Apportioned 

56b. Ministerial Education Fund Paid 

57a. Black College Fund Apportioned 

57b. Black College Fund Paid 

58a. Missional Priorities Fund Apportioned 

58b. Missional Priorities Fund Paid 

59. Educational Priorities Fund 

60. General Advance Specials 

61. Youth Service Fund 

62a. One Great Hour of Sharing 

62b. World Communion 

62c. United Methodist Student Day 

62d. Human Relations Day 

62e. Total 62a + 62b + 62c + 62d) 

63. Christian Education Sunday 

64. Minister's Emergency Fund 

65. Conference Specials 

66. Centenary College 

67. Wesley Foundation 

68. Pension Crusade — Church 

69. Pension Crusade — Pastor 

70. Other Benevolences 

71. UMW Cash Sent to District and Conference 

Treasurer 

72. Grand Total Paid (Lines 33-71) 

DISTRICT PROPERTY 

Number of Districts 

Value of District Parsonages 

Indebtedness on District Parsonages 

Value of Wesley Foundation Parsonages 

Indebtedness on Wesley Foundation Parsonages 

Value of Wesley Foundation Buildings 

Indebtedness on Wesley Foundation Buildings 

Value of Other District Property 

Indebtedness on Other District Property 

United Methodist Foundation Of Louisiana 

The United Methodist Foundation of Louisiana is a service institution to the local churches, 
institutions, and causes of Louisiana Methodism and continues to be of service to the Louis- 
iana Annual Conference. 
Elected to serve as officers of the Foundation Board of Trustees for 1984: 
J. Luther Jordan, Jr., Chairman 
Haynes Harkey, Vice-Chairman 
Wayne Gilmore, Secretary 
Thomas A. Harrell, Treasurer 
A number of significant events and transactions have taken place during the past year. The 
Trust Fund Account at Louisiana National Bank was increased from $1,122,137.95 to 
$2,391, 488.80 and a Trust Fund Account was begun at First National Bank in Shreveport with 
an investment of $1 million. In addition, $1 million of Pension Funds is in Louisiana National 
Bank at 12.75 percent to mature in 1991 and $1 million is placed in short term CD's to mature 



212,132 


229,926 


202,051 


219,311 


97,107 


101,311 


88,783 


93,547 


72,086 


72,456 


67,592 


68,507 


75,266 


77,130 


181,591 


166,263 


5,812 


4,411 


41,579 


36,661 


21,122 


18,339 


8,444 


7,727 


7,933 


7,793 


79,078 


70,520 


5,075 


3,722 


12,569 


18,205 


651,820 


691,356 


405,304 


463,749 


334,225 


385,151 


460,622 


436,635 


78,310 


58,108 


54,616 


30,517 


261,148 


280,941 


3,666,019 


37,577,776 


9 


9 


1,097,000 


1,090,000 


103,142 


108,747 


210,000 


210,000 








1,1650,00 


1,994,500 


17,495 


33,945 


2,894,350 


1,824,350 


53,694 


35,694 



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at the end of this year to yield over 10 percent. Currently the Foundation and the Louisiana 
Conference Treasurer together have total cash assets of $8 million, all invested in Louisiana 
financial institutions. MacDonell Children's Home in Houma placed $10,000 in the Trust 
Account and $47,000 with the Conference for short-term investments at the end of 1983. Mrs. 
Elizabeth Breiter gave the $10,000 life income fund left for her by her late husband to the 
Foundation. The Cleo Brasher Estate bequeathed $10,000 to the Foundation with income to go 
to the Bob Lay 1000 Club each year, and other income may come to the Foundation in the 
future. Following the death of Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin over $10,000 in memorials has been 
received for the Foundation. 

The Trustees voted at the annual meeting in March to make the following grants of the 
income from the Permanent Fund: 

1. Lafon Home $ 5,000.00 

2. People's Community Center 5,000.00 

3. Dillard University for Scholarships 1,000.00 

4. Centenary College for Scholarships 1,000.00 

5. Program Priorities Fund Louisiana Conference 1,729.82 

TOTAL $13,729.83 

The Louisiana Methodist Foundation month, to be observed with a special offering by each 
local church, is September of each year. Each local church is asked to give emphasis to the 
Foundation sometime during this month. 

If the Foundation can be of service to you as an individual, to your church, or to your 
institution, please contact the Foundation Office: 527 North Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA 70802. The 
Foundation Office is located in the Area Offices Building in Baton Rouge at North Boulevard 
and Sixth Street. 

I would like to thank those of you who have made contacts for the Foundation and causes of 
the Conference. It is important that we spread the word to our institutions and local churches 
that the Foundation now has sufficient investments to be of real service. 

J. J. Caraway, 
Executive Director 

United Methodist Men 

In celebration of our bicentennial, the 1984 U.M.M. Conference Retreat will be held at 
Centenary College June 23 & 24. It is expected that this will be the largest retreat ever held. 

More churches now have chartered U.M.M. Fellowships than ever before. However, our goal 
is to have every local church participating. 

District Presidents have been attending three day District President Meetings in Nashville. 
All districts are being urged to adopt constitutions and elect officers so that regular meetings 
and programs, on the district level, may be carried out. 

The personal objectives for every man are: to engage in daily Bible study and prayer, to bear 
witness to Christ's way in daily contacts through words and actions, and to engage in definite 
Christian service. 

Jack Dew, President 

United Methodist Women 

Louisiana Conference United Methodist Women are celebrating over 100 years of being 
ORGANIZED FOR MISSION. 

Our 12,646 reported members in 339 units are actively involved in mission through four 
program emphases. They are: 
CHRISTIAN PERSONHOOD 
Spiritual enrichment through: 

Bible Study — Retreats, Conference and Districts 

Worship and Celebration on all levels, especially at Annual meeting when the president of 
Women's Division, Ruth Daugherty, and Bishop Shamblin were participants. 

Leadership Development through workshops, training, Reading Program, and Mission Team 
planning. 



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CHRISTIAN GLOBAL CONCERNS 

Giving $299,699.07 through the conference treasurer for mission 

Caring through World Development Workshop and the study of Africa 

Learning at School of Christian Mission. 
CHRISTIAN SOCIAL INVOLVEMENT 

Studying the World's Uprooted 

Stirring awareness of issues at National Seminar 

Reading Response and New World Outlook 

Implementing the Charter on Racial Justice Policies with programs on the district and local 
levels. 
SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY 

Ecumenical involvement in Church Women United, World Federation of Methodist Women, 
and Louisiana Interchurch Conference 

Open communications, especially conference and district newsletters 

Involvement in total church by representation on Boards and Agencies. 

Nell Read, Conference President 



F. Resolutions 

RESOLUTION NO. 1 

A RESOLUTION CONCERNING 
LICENSING OF CHILD CARE AGENCIES 
WHEREAS, the health, safety, and welfare of children and young people are of vital impor- 
tance to United Methodists in Louisiana; and 

WHEREAS, an increasing number of children and young people are placed in part-time or 
full-time out-of-home care, such as daycare centers and residential institutions, because many 
parents are employed or otherwise unable to provide full-time care for their own children; and 
WHEREAS, child care licensing is an official acknowledgement of the public responsibility to 
maintain healthy, safe, and developmentally appropriate conditions for children during the 
time they spend in child care outside the home; and 

WHEREAS, current law in Louisiana does not include mandatory, enforceable licensing 
procedures for the protection of children and young people in out-of-home care; 

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Louisiana Conference United Methodist Church 
supports and urges the establishment of mandatory licensing for child care agencies in 
Louisiana. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Legislative Liaison Committee of the Council on 
Ministries of the Louisiana Annual Conference shall send a copy of this resolution to Governor 
Edwin W. Edwards, each member of the House of Representatives, and each member of the 
Senate, no later than 8th June, 1984. 

Submitted by: 
Rev. Tim Lawson 
Rev. Millie Feske 
Rev. Willis Dear 
Rev. Conrad Edwards 
Mr. Terral DeVille 

RESOLUTION NO. 2 

A RESOLUTION AGAINST GAMBLING 
WHEREAS, a strong position was adopted in the Louisiana Annual Conference this past year 
in opposition to any form of gambling, but, whereas the issue is presently a burning issue in the 
Louisiana State Legislature and needs addressing in a fresh way in order to influence the 
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WHEREAS, many bills have been introduced in the Louisiana State Legislature promoting 
many forms of gambling; and 

WHEREAS, the United Methodist Church, its Social Principles, and the 1980 Book of Resolu- 
tions have all witnessed opposition to any form of gambling; 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Louisiana Annual Conference expresses its unequivocal opposi- 
tion to the various bills related to a state lottery, casino-type gambling, or any other forms of 
gambling to support state government. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Secretary of the Conference be authorized to send 
copies of this resolution to our Governor, Edwin Edwards, and to each member of the House of 
Representatives and Senate of the Louisiana State Legislature. 

Submitted by: 
Hilda Arndt 
Fred Shirley 
Elwood Fleming 

RESOLUTION NO. 3 

A RESOLUTION IN MEMORY OF 
BISHOP J. KENNETH SHAMBLIN 

WHEREAS, during the 1983 Conference Year of The United Methodist Church of the Louis- 
iana Conference, our Beloved Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin's Spirit was returned to the eternal 
peace of God's Heaven by his untimely death. And 

WHEREAS, Bishop Shamblin was truly loved by all United Methodists' as well as those 
affected by his Christian character and concern, And 

WHEREAS, Bishop Shamblin was a man of God and of deep and wide dimensions in his 
duties of the Office of the Episcopacy, And 

WHEREAS, Bishop Shamblin was notable for his broad concern for all agencies and boards 
within the framework of his responsibilities, And 

WHEREAS, Bishop Shamblin displayed a particular and concerned appreciation of the work 
program of The Retired Ministers Homes Board, Inc. because of its success in the area of 
providing homes for those retired ministers/wives, And 

WHEREAS, Bishop Shamblin on more than one occasion publicly expressed such sentiment 
and approval, even to the end that the expressed faith and hope that God had and would 
continue to bless the work-progress now and in the future, And 

WHEREAS, Bishop Shamblin so stated that in his judgement, such a Board would be a good 
project for every Conference in United Methodism, And 

WHEREAS, Bishop Shamblin personally inspired the energy of the Board members toward a 
greater dedication and Christian concern for spiritual sensitiveness for all deserving and 
qualified ministers, And 

WHEREAS, Bishop Shamblin's presence within the Board has already been deeply missed, 
but will always be a source of inspiration for years to come, And 

WHEREAS, The Retired Ministers Homes Board, Inc., in due recognition of the above does, 
Therefore, meeting in regular Conference Session on this 4 Day of June, 1984, does and hereby 
respectfully request that the 1984 Conference, now in session, entertain this Resolution and 
spread it upon the Minutes of the Conference, Further, that a copy of the same be sent to the 
family of Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin. 

Thus done and passed by The Retired Ministers Homes Board, Inc. and signed by its duly 
appointed Chairman. 

Reverend James L. Adams, Chairman 
The Retired Ministers Homes Board, Inc. 



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RESOLUTION NO. 4 

A RESOLUTION TO CHANGE 

METHODIST HOME HOSPITAL NAME 

I, Harvey G. Williamson, Secretary of The Louisiana Annual Conference of The United 

Methodist Church, do hereby certify that at the regular annual meeting of the Conference, duly 

and legally convened and held in Shreveport, Louisiana, on the fourth day of June, 1984, 

whereat a quorum was present, the following resolution was unanimously adopted, to-wit: 

BE IT RESOLVED that approval be granted for the amendment of the Charter of The 
Methodist Home Hosptal by changing Articles I, IV, and VII to read as follows: 

ARTICLE I 

The name of this corporation shall be: 
THE METHODIST HOME OF NEW ORLEANS 

ARTICLE II 
PURPOSES 

The purpose of this corporation shall be to establish, operate and maintain a non-profit 
Home, 

(1) for receiving and caring for abused, deserted and neglected children; and 

(2) for receiving and caring for adolescent youth who are in need of protection or who have 
other types of problems; and 

(3) to conduct any educational programs which maybe desired or necessary for the staff of or 
for persons being served in the Home; and 

(4) to promote charity and the Christian religion; and 

(5) to do everything incidental or necessary to carry out the aforesaid purposes. 

ARTICLE VII 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

This corporation shall be governed by a Board of Directors consisting of one layman and one 
minister from each District, except the Baton Rouge Districts, each of which shall have two 
laymen and two ministers, and the New Orleans Districts, each of which shall have three 
laymen and three ministers; and three laymen and three ministers at large who shall be elected 
by the Louisiana Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church and the District Superin- 
tendents of the New Orleans/Slidell District and the New Orleans/Houma District and the 
presiding Bishop of the Louisiana Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church. Any 
vacancy in the Board of Directors may be filled until the next annual election by appointment 
of the Bishop of The Louisiana Annual Conference. The Board of Directors shall have the 
power and authority to elect from among its members an executive committee and other 
committees which shall perform such duties and have such authority as the Board of Directors 
may direct or as may be set forth in the by-laws adopted by the Board of Directors. Any 
Director may vote at a Directors meeting by a proxy given to another Director. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Conrad P. Edwards, Superintendent of the corporation, be 
and he is hereby authorized and directed to appear before a Notary Public of Orleans Parish, 
Louisiana, to execute such notarial act of amendment of the Charter as maybe necessary or 
appropriate in order to carry out the purposes of this resolution; to place such amendment of 
record in the Office of the Secretary of State of the State of Louisiana and in the Office of the 
Recorder of Mortgages of Orleans Parish, as required bylaw; and generally to do whatever may 
be necessary or proper in order to effectuate the changes in the Charter of the corporation 
which are hereby authorized. 

I HEREBY CERTIFY that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the resolution 
adopted at a meeting of the Board of Directors of The Methodist Home Hospital on October 26, 
1983. 

Harvey Williamson 
Secretary 



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RESOLUTION NO. 5 

RESOLUTION ON 
AN EPISCOPAL RESIDENCE COMMITTEE 
WHEREAS, The 1984 General Conference adopted the following legislation: 

"The annual conference or conferences constituting the episcopal area shall be 
responsible for providing an episcopal residence in which the bishop shall reside." 
WHEREAS, The cost of providing the episcopal residence shall be shared proportionately 
between the Episcopal Fund (67%) and the episcopal area (33%) up to a maximum from the 
Episcopal Fund of $12,000 in 1985; $13,000 in 1986; $14,000 in 1987 and $15,000 in 1988. 

THEREFORE, The Council on Finance and Administration recommends that this require- 
ment of the General Conference be achieved in the Louisiana Annual Conference by the 
following steps: 

1. The resident bishop shall establish an Episcopal Residence Committee as provided by 
action of the 1984 General Conference with the addition of persons as needed. 

2. The Committee shall be given authority by the Louisiana Annual Conference to decide to 
build, purchase or lease a residence for the bishop of the Louisiana Area, and to 
implement that decision by making all the arrangements to build, purchase or lease a 
residence. 

3. Once the committee has made a decision to build, purchase or lease an episcopal 
residence, the Board of Trustees of the Louisiana Annual Conference is instructed and 
authorized to execute all legal papers concerning the residence according to the 
recommendations of the Committee. 

4. Financial arrangements concerning the episcopal residence shall be approved by the 
Council on Finance and Administration within the funding patterns established by the 
General Conference. 

5. The Louisiana Annual Conference share of the cost of the residence shall come from 
funds received from the sale of the Episcopal residence in New Orleans which have been 
set aside by the Council on Finance and Administration so that no apportionments for 
additional funds will be necessary from the churches of the Conference. 

AND, FURTHERMORE, by the adoption of this resolution the Louisiana Annual Conference 
of the United Methodist Church authorizes the above steps to be taken. 



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emorwm 



The Honored Dead 

Ministers 

Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin 

George Martin Alfred 

Benjamin Paul Durbin 

Oneal Hardy 

W. Earl Hotalen 

James C. Miles 

Talmage Wayne Perrott 

William Ferrell Pledger 

John Byars Shearer 
Francis Marion Stage, Jr. 

Spouses Of Ministers 

Mrs. Jason (Carrie Ava Morton) Alford 

Mrs. Vernon S. (Elmena L. ) Byoune 

Mrs. Daniel Ray (Sadie Virginia) Deen 

Mrs. Ephriam (Evelyn Harrison) Freeman 

Mrs. John (Eda Cade) Gieck 

Mrs. Richard (Mary Green) Harry 

Mrs. James (Sunshine) Knight 

Mrs. I. A. (Ida Tyree) Love 

Mrs. Abraham L. (Alice) Moch 

Mrs. Henry (Nell) Rickey 

Mrs. C. C. (Mattie) Smith 

Mrs. Edwin (Vera Martin) Sylvest, Sr. 

Mrs. Thomas R. (Evanga) Wallace 



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X. Memoirs 



BISHOP J. KENNETH SHAMBLIN 

The hearts of Louisiana Methodists were saddened by the death of this beloved and capable 
Bishop in October, 1983. 

Bishop Shamblin had gotten ready for his work as a pastor and a leader by going to the 
University of Arkansas, Perkins School of Theology at SMU, and then taking special work at 
Oxford University in England and Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. 

His great preaching and excellent administrative skills were marks of outstanding and 
devoted leadership. 

Churches and congregations have been blessed by his messages of power and purposeful 
direction. He was always committed and directed by lofty aims. 

His administrative work and wise procedures not only achieved much, but had ways of 
bringing people and areas together. He was one who united hearts and minds. Last fall, before 
his death, he celebrated 50 years of service as a minister of The United Methodist Church. 

While the Headquarters Building stands as a monument of his Episcopal leadership, the 
bringing together of our work in the state will remain as a strength and integrating force. In 
this work he also led in campaigns for Centenary College and then in completing a $4,000,000 
Pension Crusade for the retired ministers of our Conference and state. In all of these years of 
service, he stressed the importance of church growth and spiritual depth. To crown all of these 
years was his love for the churches and our people. Older ones rallied to his side, the younger 
people responded to his appeals, and children loved and adored his friendship and concern. 

Bishop Shamblin is survived by his wife, Virginia Late Shamblin, of Dallas, Texas; one son, The 
Reverend J. Kenneth Shamblin, Jr., of Garland, Texas, and his wife, Pamela, two grand- 
daughters, Kara Lyn and Cynthia Marr; one brother, Bernard A. Shamblin and his wife of 
Fayetteville, Arkansas. Bishop Shamblin was preceded in death by a daughter, Lynda. 

We thank God for his life and cherish our years together. 

Bishop Paul V. Galloway 



GEORGE MARTIN ALFRED 

George Martin Alfred was born August 3, 1 927, to the late George and Leontine L. Alfred. He 
departed this life on Friday, February 17, 1984, in New Orleans where he had served for four 
years. 

George Alfred pastored various churches in the Louisiana Conference during his 19 years of 
service. During this time he moved across the conference, always dreaming of ways he could 
move his congregations toward continued growth. He was especially interested in the 
beautification of the physical structures. In almost every church he pastored, extensive 
renovations were done. 

He is survived by his wife, Billie Jean; one son, Thomas A. Levy; two daughters, Tangie and 
Monique Alfred, seven grandchildren, five sisters, six brothers-in-law, a mother-in-law, two 
uncles, and a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives. 
The words of Isaac Watts seem to reflect the life of George Alfred: 
"I'll praise my Maker while IVe breath; 
And when my voice is lost in death, 
Praise shall employ my nobler powers. 
My days of praise shall ne'er be past . . ." 

Roger Latham 



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BENJAMIN PAUL DURBIN 

Benjamin Paul Durbin, fourth and last son of Mattie Lee Tilley and Amos Lee Durbin, was 
born October 26, 1903, in Winn Parish. Shortly thereafter, the family moved to Bryceland, 
Louisiana, where he graduated from high school. He was affectionately called Pauley by his 
mother and her people. 

During his public school career, Paul was not known for his scholarship. Rather, he was 
known for his athletic ability and his playful antics. Once he was punished for one of his pranks 
by being tied in a burlap sack and hoisted in the air on a goal post. His sense of humor and wit 
were unappreciated by his teachers. With abroad grin and jovial voice, he proudly shared this 
story with his children when they asked him about "the good ole days." 

Following his graduation from Bryceland High School, Paul served a year in the United 
States Army and returned home to manage his father's business. 

In 1927, he married Annie Beatrice Sanders, daughter of Carrie Jane Carter and John Sewell 
Sanders of Arcadia. From this union came two children, Carrie Sybil and Paul Guy. At the time 
of his death, Paul had five grandchildren and two great grandchildren. 

With a desire to respond to God's call to the ministry, Paul sought the counsel of a minister. 
This minister did not encourage Paul to go to college with a wife and young child and little 
financial support. Undaunted in his quest to follow God's will, he went to his family's minister 
and shared that he felt God calling him into the ministry. This minister rejoiced with him, put 
his arm around him, encouraged him to enter college, and bade him Godspeed. 

In 1930, with his young family, Paul moved to Tehuacana, Texas, where he entered 
Westminister Junior College. He consumed his savings and worked as a janitor at the college to 
support his family. Paul made time to play football at the college until he sustained a broken 
arm, the scars which he proudly bore until his death. In 1950, he graduated from Centenary 
College where Sybil and he were both students for a year. 

During his ministry, Paul served several circuits and churches in Louisiana and Texas in the 
order that follows: Chatham (circuit), Athens (circuit), Downsville (circuit), Athens, Doyline, 
Springhill (Texas), Avinger (Texas), Heflin, Lisbon, Brownville (West Monroe), Wisner, 
Logansport (last pastorate before retirement), Summerfield, Hurricane, and Minden (First 
United Methodist Church associate pastor from 1970-1983). During his ministry, Paul Durbin 
probably participated in more funerals than any other minister in North Louisiana. 

In 1947, Paul was selected "Rural Pastor of the Year" for the Texas Conference. 

Paul had two earthly dreams, to build a house of his own and to write a book. He lived to see 
both dreams come true. He built a house in Winn Parish in 1969, and wrote the book, 
Everlasting Good Will and Glory, published in 1963. His life was spent helping others that they, 
too, might experience everlasting good will and glory. 



ONEAL HARDY 

Sometime in the year of 1917, November 11, God breathed upon the late Mr. Henry Hardy 
and his wife the breath of life and the result came a son, whom they named Oneal Hardy. 

Oneal was one of the six children born to his parents, which two preceded him in death; one 
brother and one sister. As Oneal grew in years, he became aware of his Christian life and at the 
age of 15 he was baptized by the hands of the late Reverend J. H. Thompson, then pastor of St. 
Paul Methodist Episcopal Church, as they were then in 1932. Hardy served and worked very 
well and faithful in His church. Then he was called into the United States Armed Services in 
World War II. Upon returning home, he became a public school bus driver for the St. Landry 
Parish School Board. There he served for twenty-seven (27) years. During this time in his life he 
was called into the Christian ministry and received his first appointment under the 
superintendency of the Reverend J. W. Wilson in the year of 1971. As Reverend Hardy served in 
the church, he also served the following charges as pastor: 



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Scott Chapel United Methodist Church, at Lettsworth, Louisiana 
Union Chapel United Methodist Church, at Toris, Louisiana 
St. Paul United Methodist Church, at New Roads, Louisiana 
St. Paul United Methodist Church, at Waxia, Louisiana 
St. James United Methodist Church, at Melville, Louisiana 
St. Joseph United Methodist Church, at P^knetto, Louisiana 
St. Peter United Methodist Church, at Donaldsohville, Louisiana 
St. James United MethodisTChurch, at Belle Rose, Louisiana 
Reverend Hardy was a Sunday School teacher at St. Paul at the time of his passing. Also 
during his manhood activities, he became a masonic brother and was a member of the Light of 
Washington Lodge No. 184; there he served as Worshipful Master for two years. 

Oneal passed off the scene December 18, 1983 and he leaves to mourn his passing a devoted 
wife, Mrs. Ruby T. Hardy; one brother, Mr. Saul Hardy; two sisters, Miss Rebecca Hardy and Mrs. 
Clemontine Spencer; and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. 
Perhaps Hardy summed it up this way, 
"The rains of death are past, labor and sorrow cease, 
And life's long warfare closed at last, 
Thy soul is found in peace." — James Montgomery 

J. W. Wilson 

W. EARL HOTALEN 

Funeral Services were held in Baton Rouge for W. Earl Hotalen, third Executive Director of 
Louisiana Moral and Civic Foundation, Saturday, July 9, 1983. His body was laid to rest in the 
Rest Haven Cemetery along side his wife, Ruth who passed away on October 27, 1982. 

The following was taken from an article written by Dr. J. D. Grey, a former president of LMCF 
entitled, "Dr. W. Earl Hotalen — Profile of Soldiership." 

"An institution is the lengthened shadow of one man; and all history resolves itself very easily 
into the biography of a few stout and earnest persons: Dr. W. Earl Hotalen is readily seen in 
these wise words of Ralph Waldo Emerson in his essay, "Self-Reliance." The gigantic stature it 
shall achieve, will continue to be "the lengthened shadow" of Dr. Hotalen. 

He introduced us to a dynamic word — Soldiership. He made this word articulate in his 
leadership of LMCF for fifteen fruitful years. He thought, spoke, organized, labored, loved, 
served, wrote, and challenged in the realm of that work with all its connotations. 

Dr. Hotalen's Soldiership began by his unusual ability to engender and "esprit decorps." He 
traveled up and down most, if not all, of the highways and by-ways of Louisiana. He 
communicated extensively with men of affairs in all areas of life. He wrote voluminously in 
tracts, papers, and publications. He established rapport with the leadership of various 
denominations, addressing state-wide, regional, and local gatherings. As he told the story and 
issued the challenge he made new friends for LMCF and strengthened its old friends. He was 
widely and favorably received by all. Not only churches, but schools, clubs of businessmen, and 
groups were hearing the message of temperance, righteousness and decency. LMCF's leaders 
and friends soon saw that this cause need not offer any apology, and need not offer defeat." 

Dr. Hotalen entered the Methodist ministry in 1916 and became a member of the Holston 
Conference before transferring to the Louisiana Annual Conference in 1 950. He made his home 
in Baton Rouge with his wife Ruth until her death in 1982. At that time he moved to Fort Payne, 
Alabama, to be near family members and lived there until his death. 

The funeral service was conducted by Rev. Cary Martin, assisted by Rev. Al Trickett and Ken 
Ward, Executive Director of Louisiana Moral and Civic Foundation. Mr. Ward said, "all who 
have or ever will benefit from the work of LMCF either in the past, present, or future, owe Dr. 
Hotalen a debt of gratitude." Dr. Hotalen is survived by one son, Dr. Bill Hotalen who resides in 
Marietta, Georgia. 

I am grateful for having known Dr. and Mrs. Hotalen. Their love for Jesus Christ and His 
Church gave many of us new hope and courage for the task before us. 

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JAMES C. MILES 

Rev. James C. Miles departed this life on Tuesday, January 3, 1984, at Baton Rouge General 
Hospital. 

He was born to the union of Mr. Sam Miles and Mrs. Rozelia Wright Miles, one of seven sons 
and four daughters. *** 

Early in his life he accepted Christ and was baptized on August 2, 1932, by the late Rev. 
Ezekiel Spears and united with the membership of Little Rock Baptist Church, Baton Rouge, 
La. He became affiliated with the St. Mark United Methodist Church on April 21, 1946, under 
the late Rev. J. D. McCrory; where he served faithfully until he was called by our Lord and Savior 
to a larger Ministry that of Local Preacher, licensed September 26, 1956. He continued to 
pursue this broader area of service and received his Deacon's Orders, Certified by Bishop Noah 
W. Moore, May 26, 1982. 

At the close of the Louisiana Annual Conference in June, 1962, he was appointed Pastor of 
St. Landry and Springfield United Methodist Churches located on the New Orleans-Slidell 
District. 

He fulfilled his obligations with sincerity, honesty, good judgment, integrity, and an 
unshakable Faith in Jesus Christ, making an excellent contribution to the United Methodist 
Church for eighteen years. 

He accepted the Conference retired relationship in June, 1980, and became a full pledged 
member of St. Mark United Methodist Church. 

He was appointed associate pastor of St. Mark U.M.C. in June, 1983. Service unlimited was his 
motto. As the Associate Pastor of Saint Mark United Methodist Church, Reverend Miles served 
as Director of Home Care Ministries, where he will be sadly missed for his work with the sick 
and shut-in members of the congregation. For a moment we were lifted up by his prayers, his 
visits, and his counsel. However, if Jesus was a carpenter, James Miles is in "good company." 
For, of all the good that he did to help people spiritually, he will be remembered, perhaps, most 
for the unselfish way that he used the skills of his hands to help people who were in trouble. At 
the very moment death found him, he was busy with his hands fixing a broken water line for a 
neighbor! And, knowing "JIM" as I did, he probably wasn't going to ask for, or accept payment 
for his work! 

He leaves to mourn his passing: his wife, Mrs. Eleanor Seals Miles; three daughters, Mrs. 
Louella M. Burton, Mrs. Tracy M. Young, and Mrs. Rosa M. Magee, all of Baton Rouge; one son 
James C. Miles, Jr., Baton Rouge; three sisters: Mrs. Bertha M. Coleman and Mrs. Virginia M. 
Diggs, both of Baton Rouge and Mrs. Pearl M. Dunn of Chicago, Illinois; three brothers: Albert, 
Emile, and Dudley Miles, all of Baton Rouge; eight grandchildren, two sons-in-law, four 
brothers-in-law, one daughter-in-law, four sisters-in-law, a number of nieces, nephews, other 
relatives, and a host of friends. 

He was a retired employer of the Exxon Corporation, a Mason, Prince Hall Affiliation with 
membership in Blazing Star Lodge #1 14, Baton Rouge Consistory #1 79, 0.E.S., Pride of Blazing 
Star #13, and Exxon Center City Annuity Club. 

Kenneth M. Fisher 



TALMAGE WAYNE PERROTT 

Talmage Wayne Perrott was director of the Wesley Foundation at Mississippi State 
University, when I returned there from a hitch in the U. S. Army. The Wesley facility there 
consisted of a small room, with two sofas and several chairs. A smaller partitioned alcove was 
Wayne's inadequate office. Due to space, Wayne's ministry was limited to being figuratively "the 
Church's presence" on the campus, and limited practically to being friend and counselor to 
both students and faculty — usually around a table in the college grill, in an empty classroom, 
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and veterans felt comfortable with Wayne. Pre-ministry students were especially attracted to 
Wayne. Wayne was genius in leading group sessions, usually provoking and challenging 
students' home-church, Sunday School' theologies. The small Wesley Foundation room was 
packed all through the day. 

One year after Wayne and Hughlene transferred to the Louisiana Conference, I attended 
Westminister Theological Seminary that summer. I there had my first seminary courses with 
Dr. Pat MConnell, now considered 'father of Town and Country Ministry.' Dr. MConnell had 
known Wayne at Boston University, and told me he had found Wayne talented and gifted in the 
area of Town and Country Ministry, and had attempted to encourage Wayne into this field. He 
had hoped Wayne would eventually follow him in teaching Town and Country Ministry, 
possible even at Boston University. 

I was to finish Perkins School of Theology in January, 1961. The North Mississippi 
Conference had told me there would be nothing available for me until June. Wayne knew this, 
and informed his district superintendent of my availability to fill a vacancy in that district. 
Communication was made, and Wayne was thus somewhat responsible for my coming to the 
Louisiana Conference. 

Wayne's career has always reflected two gifts which were his — namely, scholarship, and 
pastoral ministry with people. His doctoral program at LSU lacked only the completion of the 
final draft of his dissertation for the Ph.D. degree. Yet, Wayne's scholarship never separated 
him from loving people as a pastor, and communicating with them. While at Lottie, Wayne 
became a Scottish Rite mason and a York Rite mason, primarily to relate with the men of that 
community. Once, while preaching for me, we visited a home of some elegance. To my own 
horror, Wayne took off his shoes and propped his feet onto the coffee table. Wayne's intuition 
read the people perfectly, for they responded with genuine warmth. On another occasion, 
Wayne tasted the coffee from the cup, and then scowled: "Do you call this coffee?" Before I 
could recover my aplomb and poise, the hosts were soon dripping their beloved strong 
Community dark-roast, and getting out their demitasses. 

Wayne was born August 26, 1927, near Summit, Mississippi. Son of Talmage Dewitt and Ruby 
Johnston Perrott, he graduated from Pike County's Enterprise High School, in 1944. Some 
several months later, Wayne enrolled in Mills aps College, from which he graduated in 1949, 
with the B.A. degree in Liberal Arts. After receiving the License to Preach in 1946, Wayne 
served as a student pastor while attending Millsaps College. Also, during this time, he 
completed the correspondence course for Admission on Trial. Upon graduation from Millsaps 
College in 1949, Wayne was admitted to the Mississippi Conference on trial, ordained deacon, 
and then entered Boston University School of Theology. During these seminary days, Wayne 
worked at the Dorchester YMCA. In 1951, he attended the Mississippi Conference for 
ordination to elder, and admission into full connection. On Christmas Day of that same year, 
Wayne married Miss Hughlene Speights of Bassfield, Mississippi. Hughlene returned to Boston 
with Wayne, being present when he was awarded the S.T.B. in 1952. They then continued at 
Boston University for Wayne to complete the S.T.M. in Social Ethics, in 1953. 

Returning to the Mississippi Conference in 1953, they served one year on the Church 
Hill-Community-McNair Circuit. In 1954, Wayne was appointed director of the Wesley 
Foundation at Mississippi State University. While at MSU, he took several courses with noted 
rural sociologist Harold Kaufman, who stimulated Wayne to continue graduate-level studies in 
Sociology. 

In 1956, Wayne transferred to the Louisiana Conference, and was appointed to the Magnolia 
church while pursuing graduate studies at LSU. Their daughter Brenda Gail, was born here. 
After fifteen months, they moved to Lottie-Rosedale, and were there almost six years. In 1 964, 
Wayne moved his family to a home near the LSU campus, and became a fulltime graduate 
student there for three years. For two of these years, he taught at Delgado Junior College. Their 
second daughter Hilda Dawn was born here. 

In 1966, Wayne was appointed associate professor of Sociology at Hattiesburg's William 
Carey College. They were here until 1979, when Wayne requested pastoral appointment in the 
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to Napoleon Avenue Church in 1980. They served here until the comparatively rare Jakob- 
Creutzfeldt disease took Wayne on July 19, 1983. 

Memorial services were held in the Napoleon Avenue Church, with Bishop J. Kenneth 
Shamblin and the Rev. William C. Blakely officiating. Interment was in the Speights family plot 
in the cemetary at Bassfield, Mississippi. 

Wallace P. Blackwood 



WILLIAM FERRELL PLEDGER 

On November 20, 1983, the Keithville United Methodist Church observed a special day 
honoring the life and ministry of Dr. W. F. Pledger. He was made "Pastor Emeritus" of the 
church and the fellowship hall was named in his honor. The sanctuary was filled beyond 
capacity and letters of goodwill came from all over the world. Just two months later, many of 
those same people were back in that church for his service of memorial. 

Dr. Pledger was born in Smith County, Texas, on May 10, 1910. He was educated at 
Southwestern University, Duke University, and the Hartford Seminary Foundation. He 
received the Ph.D. from Hartford in 1944. Among his many and varied accomplishments in the 
Methodist ministry were his years as pastor, missionary to India, and Professor of Sociology 
and Religion at Centenary College. 

He was a leader in his chosen field of work, and in many ways he was a pioneer far ahead of 
his time. His concern for tolerance and human understanding paved the way for better 
relationships wherever he served. 

Dr. Pledger will long be remembered in many parts of the world as a good and caring man 
who gave himself without reservation on behalf of others and who served his Lord with deep 
devotion. 

He is survived by his wife Shirley of Keithville, daughter Cisly Morgan of Keithville, two sons, 
Talmadge Pledger of San Angelo, Texas, and Dr. Norman Roy Pledger of North Little Rock, 
Arkansas. He had seven grandchildren and one great grandchild. He is also survived by a host 
of former students and parishioners whose lives have been blessed by his ministry. 

C. Gerald Richardson 



JOHN BYARS SHEARER 

A servant of Jesus Christ whose work was with God's children here but whose citizenship 
was in heaven might well be an epitaph for the Reverend John Shearer. One of his favorite 
passages of Scripture was Philippians 3:20-2 1 which reads as follows in the New American 
Standard Version of the Bible: 

"For our citizenship is in heaven from which also we 
eagerly wait for a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ; 
who will transform the body of our humble state 
into conformity with the body of His glory, by the 
exertion of the power that He has even to subject 
all things to Himself." 

John Byars Shearer was born August 14, 1899 at Houston, Mississippi and passed from this 
life in Ruston, Louisiana, February 21, 1984. He was the son of Edward Baxter Shearer and 
Henrietta McDonald Byars Shearer. 

He attended the Houston public schools and graduated from Houston High School in 1920. 
He attended Millsaps College and Louisiana State University receiving his B.A. degree from 
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He served in the United States Army in both World Wars. In 1917-1919 and in 1942-1946 he 
served in France, England, and Germany and in North Africa and Italy in 1942-46. 

His ministry was in the North Mississippi and Louisiana Conferences as well as in the 
Chaplaincy. He supplied the Teccopola Circuit of the North Mississippi Conference of the M.E. 
Church South 1924-25. He was received on Trail into the Conference in 1925 and served 
Harrisville and Braxton, Benton, and Ocean Springs and Mississippi Louisiana Avenue, New 
Orleans, Guedan, Clinton and Gibsland. He transferred to the Louisiana Conference of The 
Methodist Church and served Grand Cane, Trout, Marksville, and Jackson. He retired in June 
1969. 

He was married to Helen Irene Louise Kearney of Flora, Mississippi. To this union were born 
four children: Minetta Louise (Mrs. Aaron C. Greer); Helen Irene (Mrs. Cleveland F. Kerry); 
John Byars, Jr.; and Edgar Kearney. His first wife died February 18, 1937. Later he married 
Glennie Burkhalter of Gibsland, Louisiana and they had one son, Milo Edward. 

Rev. and Mrs. John Shearer made their home in Ruston, Louisiana after his retirement where 
they maintained an active relationship with Trinity United Methodist Church. Brother Shearer 
attended choir rehearsals regularly with his wife, and was considered the chaplain of the choir. 

The funeral service celebrating his entrance into the heavenly home of which he has been a 
citizen all of these years was held in Trinity United Methodist Church February 24, 1984 and 
with Dr. Merlin W. Merrill and Rev. M. Roily Walker officiating and Rev. James R. McLelland 
playing the organ. 

Merlin W. Merrill 



FRANCIS MARION STAGE, JR. 

Frank Stage was born January 24, 1919 in Jonesboro, Arkansas. He received a Bachelor of 
Arts in Business Administration from Arkansas State in Jonesboro to pursue a secular career. 
These plans were interrupted by the call to military service in the Navy in World War II where 
Frank served on a PT boat. 

After his release from military service, he acted on a call to serve in the Christian ministry 
that had been growing in his life for years. He was released from the Navy in April, and and the 
next fall, he entered the Theology School at Southern Methodist University where he received a 
Bachelor of Divinity Degree. 

On August 3, 1944, Frank did one of the smartest things that he ever did. He married Janelle 
Fowler from Star City, Arkansas at First Methodist Church in Pine Bluff. They had four 
children: Mary Beth Stage, Dr. Ben Stage, Dr. Steve Stage, and Mrs. Pamela Stage Booker. 

He was received on probation with the North Arkansas Conference in 1945, then in 1946 as 
Deacon, and 1947 into full connection and ordained an Elder. While in Arkansas, Frank served 
on the Aubrey Circuit, Kenselt and Wheatley, Blytheville, and Leachville charges. 

Louisiana was fortunate to receive several pastors from Arkansas when we were served by 
the same bishop. One of these was Frank Stage. He served the Barksdale, Blanchard-Belcher, 
Lottie-Rosedale, New Roads, Kentwood-Mt. Herman, Reville-Crew Lake and Heflin-Brushwood 
charges in our conference. 

On April 22, Easter Sunday evening, Frank suffered a fatal heart attack and shared the new 
life of Christ's Easter people with His Lord. Funeral services were held for him in his beloved 
Blanchard United Methodist Church in the lovely sanctuary which was built during his 
pastorate there. The Rev. Ralph Mann and John R. Johns officiated, and Dr. Douglas L. McGuire 
preached. 

Praise be to God who gave us our friend, Frank, to share his zest for living, his sense of humor, 
and his dedication to service. We thank God for the heritage that is left to his children. Thanks 
be to God who has given Frank the victory of eternal life. 

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MRS. JASON (CARRIE AVA MORTON) ALFORD 

Born in Cotton Valley, March 12, 1895, Mrs. Alford was graduated from Cotton Valley High 
School, Mansfield Female College, and Nursing School in Waco, Texas, in the '20's. A graduate of 
Scarritt College for Christian Workers in Nashville, Tennessee, she was commissioned as a 
missionary nurse to China. In July of 1931 she went by ship (three weeks) to Shanghai and 
from there to Huchow Methodist Hospital for language study, also teaching English to Chinese 
nurse trainees. Later she had the job of training student nurses in Huchow and other hospitals. 
She served in China (having one furlough) until forced to evacuate in 1941 because of the 
increasing risk caused by the Japanese invasion of China. 

Ava Morton continued to serve in the mission field, working in several of Louisiana's mission 
institutions, finally working in Charity Hospital in New Orleans. It was there that she met 
"Brother Jay", Methodist Chaplain in the hospital. After what she called a "whirlwind 
courtship" they were married and established a home there in New Orleans, remaining there 
until their move to Minden in the '50's. She was widely known over the conference, having 
spoken in local churches and at conferences during furlough, and served in summer camps as 
camp nurse. 

Ava and Jay were devoted to and served in the Pine Grove United Methodist Church as long 
as physically able. She continued to attend and serve there after her husband's death until her 
health failed in 1981. Truly, as James Poole quoted at her funeral service, she was a "handmaid 
of the Lord". (Luke 1:38) 

Services were conducted at Rose-Neath Funeral Home in Minden, May 30, with Reverend 
James Poole of First Church, Minden, officiating, assisted by Reverend Franklin Chlastakof the 
Pine Grove church. Surviving are nieces - - Margaret Morton Davis, Mary Vashti Morton Taylor, 
Frances Hilburn Utz, Mildred Hilburn, and nephews - - Dale and James Morton, Meredith 
Hilburn, and Robert Morton; grand nieces and nephews, and cousins. 

Mary Searles, friend of 55 years 

MRS. VERNON S. (ELMENA L.) BYOUNE 

"What the heart once owned it shall never lose." 

Henry Ward Beecher 

Elmena L. Byoune was born in Natchitoches Parish Louisiana. She received her nurture and 
education in that state. It was in Louisiana where she met and married Vernon S. Byoune, who 
was later to become a pastor in the Central Louisiana Conference. 

On February 18, 1984, she died in Hurley Medical Center, Flint, Michigan, with family 
members at her side. 

Elmena ministered by her husband's side in many of the congregations he served in the state 
of Louisiana. 

She had the responsibility of rearing and caring for the younger of their six children after her 
husband's death, sending the younger ones to college to assure that they too received a good 
education. 

She was active in community affairs holding many offices in P.T.A., and was an active 
member of the Ruth Grand Chapter O.E.S. 

Until her illness prevented her participation, she was an avid church worker. Her ability to 
lead and inspire was well known. At work, at home, at church, and in friendship, she 
ministered to all with a consistent courage, optimism and faith. 

Elmena was buried in Montgomery, Louisiana, on February 23, 1984. She is survived by her 
six children: Eththelle F. Gibbs, Theda J. Wilson, Lolita A. Page, Realin L. Byoune, Kenneth F. 
Byoune, Lee OWilkie Byoune; eight grandchildren and two great grandsons. Her husband, 
Vernon, died on May 25, 1959. 

"We have only one life, twil soon be past 
Only what we do for Christ will last." 

Eththelle F. Gibbs 



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MRS. DANIEL RAY (SADIE) DEEN 

Sadie Virginia Deen entered the Eternal World April 27, 1984. 

She was born Sadie Virginia Holloway, daughter of Homer L. and Eleanor Matthis Holloway 
near Prentiss, Miss., on February 3, 1908. She grew up in the community where she knew, and 
later came to love Daniel Ray Deen. They were married on December 3, 1930. 

For sometime after marriage, they lived on a farm, but it was not long before her husband 
began the struggle with the call to the Ministry. She accepted his call gladly and encouraged 
him to accept the challenge. 

Five children came to bless this marriage: Edwin Ray Deen, Deer Park, Texas; Lt. Col. Don 
Eldon Deen, DeRidder, La.; Mrs. Jo Ann Corley, Urania, La.; Mrs. Laura Ellen Mays, Houston, 
Texas, and Mrs. Virginia Rebecca Thibodaux, Church Point, La. She was a loving and gracious 
wife and mother and greatly beloved by her family. 

Mrs. Deen was a supportive partner to Brother Deen in all the work of the ministry, sharing 
with him whenever possible in his tasks and responsibilities. She was best in the personal 
ministry of calling on members with her husband and responding to the tasks and chores of 
church work. 

She loved the church and the people and devoted much time and effort to entertaining in 
home, especially with delicious meals. The one great disappointment in her last several years 
was the inability to visit and entertain as she had formerly done due to bad health. 

She worked hard in the church supporting all the programs of the Women's groups, Church 
School, and other activities. 

Sadie Deen was a stalwart supporter of her husband during all the years of his ministry, 
insisting that he remain faithful to his calling and supporting him in the rough places. He 
credits her with inspiring and keeping him in the Ministry. He said she would not give up on his 
ministry and kept him at it. 

She is grealy missed, but her gracious life and loving spirit remain an inspiration to all who 
knew her. 

"It singeth low in every heart, We hear it each and all, 
A song of those who answer not, However we may call. 

They throng the silence of the breast; We see them as of yore, 

The kind, the true, the brave, the sweet, who walk with us no more. 

"Tis hard to take the burden us, When these have laid it down; 
They brightened all the joy of life, they softened every frown. 

But, Oh, tis good to think of them when we are troubled sore; 
Thanks be to God that such have been, Tho' they are here no more. 

"More homelike seems the vast unknown, since these have entered there; 
To follow them were not so hard, wherever they may fare. 

They cannot be where God is not, on any sea or shore; 
Whate'er betide, Thy Love abides, Our God, forevermore." 

(John W. Chadwick) 
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MRS. EPHRIAM (EVELYN HARRISON) FREEMAN 

Mrs. Evelyn Harrison Freeman, affectionately called "Miss Mamma", the first daughter born 
to the union of Jesse and Lucretia Hives Harrison of Baker, Louisiana, passed away at the 
Baton Rouge General Hospital in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Thursday morning, October 27, 
1983, at 9:40 a.m. She was 85 years old. 

She was preceded in death by both parents and by her husband, the Reverend Ephriam 
Freeman, Sr. Prior to her marriage, she taught primary grades at the Thompson Chapel 
Church School at Baker. The wife of a Methodist Episcopal parson, she worked for many years 
as his helpmate throughout the Louisiana Conference. In 1943, when Rev. and Mrs. Freeman 
established permanent residence in Baton Rouge, this devoted wife and mother became first 
lady of the charges pastored by her husband. She held memberships in the Parent Teacher 
Associations of the schools attended by her children and in the Parsonettes. She was a beloved 
neighbor and friend of the community. 

At the time of her passing she was a member of St. Mark United Methodist Church of Baton 
Rouge. She served in the following capacities: Communion Steward; Circle A, United Methodist 
Women; and the Parsonettes of the Baton Rouge Lafayette District. She was a member of 
Household of Ruth, Chapter No. 28, Daughters of Universal Eastern Star, Mars #48, and the 
Royal and Exalted Order of Amaranth No. 7. 

She is survived by four daughters: Mrs. Evelyn F. Edwards, Northridge, California; Mrs. Ina 
Lee F. Williams, Mrs. Willie Mae F. Alexis, and Mrs. Anna Elizabeth F. Turner, all of Baton Rouge, 
La.; fours sons: Edward McConnel of Dallas, Texas; Ephraim, Jr., of Baton Rouge, James Calvin 
of New Orleans; and Julius Overton of Houston, Texas; two brothers: Mr. James Harrison, 
Baton Rouge; and Dr. Joseph L. Harrison, Lincoln, Pennsylvania; two sisters: Mrs. Allie H. 
Dickerson, Benton Harbor, Michigan; and Mrs. Harriet H. Carter, Baton Rouge; 17 grand- 
children, 1 1 great grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins. Her survivors also 
include 4 daughters-in-law and 3 sons-in-law. 

Kenneth M. Fisher 

MRS. JOHN (EDA CADE) GIECK 

Mrs. Eda Pearl Cade Gieck was born in Scammon, Kansas, on July 3, 1896. Growing up as a 
Methodist she became an Education Missionary and served in China for five years. 

On July 17, 1929, after a continual correspondence, Mrs. Gieck was married to Reverend 
John George Gieck upon her return to the States. To this union one son was born, John Cade 
Gieck. 

During their life together Reverend and Mrs. Gieck served small churches in Arkansas and, 
after he served as a Chaplain in World War II, they took an appointment at Waterproof, 
Louisiana, in 1948, where their ministry continued for the next ten years. The Giecks served 
the Heflin Charge and retired from the Ida-Hosston Charge in 1964. 

Reverend and Mrs. Gieck moved to Ruston, Louisiana, for their retirement years where Rev. 
Gieck passed away in 1974. 

Mrs. Eda Gieck was most active in the churches that she and her husband served. Highly 
dedicated to Christian education she not only taught Sunday School classes, but on many 
occasions, preached and carried other ministerial duties due to her commission as a 
missionary. 

Mrs. Gieck was extremely active at Grace United Methodist Church in Ruston with work in 
Education and the WSCS. She touched the lives of many people through the years with her 
humor, sensitivity for others, zest for life, and also had a very personal way of getting to the 
heart of any situation. 

In 1980, Mrs. Gieck moved to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to be near her son, John. On 
November 6, 1 983, death came to Mrs. Eda Cade Gieck and she was returned to Ruston for her 
final resting place next to her beloved husband. 

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MRS. RICHARD (MARY GREEN) HARRY 

On October 6, 1923, in the city of Opelousas, in the state of Louisiana, God in his infinite 
wisdom and through the miracle of birth a bouncing baby girl was given to Edward Kane and 
Lucille — this child whom they named Mary. 

From early childhood Mary developed a sense of loyalty and love for all she met and knew. 
This followed her through her early formal training to her more formal training at Leland 
College. I feel that Mary's early life began in that Church in Opelousas when she read John 1 5:1 1 
that says, "These things have I spoken unto you, that my joy might remain in you, and that your 
joy might be full." Her love grew for people from the days she spent as a student and Matron of 
the girls domitory — until her death. It was here that she met and married Richard and, upon 
his call to the ministry, Mary read in Joshua 24: 1 5 these words that were to help her grow and 
draw others to the Christian Ministry, "And if you be willing to serve the Lord, choose this day 
whom you will serve . . . but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord." This was very 
evident as we saw people from all walks of life, all across the state, journey to Warren United 
Methodist Church, Lake Charles, on February 5, 1984, to say farewell to one of God's Children. 

Mary's zest for life and love through the giving of herself knew no bounds. In keeping a 
parsonage family together she still found time to talk to people and to say a cheery hello to all 
she met, regardless where it was. She was known for her great hospitality, her insistence on 
cooking a hot meal for the weary traveler, her guidance to young couples as to her beliefs of 
what God wanted his people to do, be they clergy or lay. She had a very rare talent and gift, that 
of touching lives of all who knew her. Not just members of the churches her husband served, 
not just her family and friends, not just the children, but all people who walked the common 
road. 

On February 2, 1984, while the dew was still fresh on the roses, in the stillness of time, we 
know not the hour, but God walked into his flower garden, stooped to smell the flowers and as 
he gathered his bouquet for the day, he picked the fairest of all blossoms, Mary Green Harry. 

She leaves to mourn her passing, her husband, Richard, one son, Raymond Earl, two 
brothers, one sister, niece, nephews and other- relatives and friends. 

Howard L. Milo 



MRS. JAMES (SUNSHINE) KNIGHT 

Sunshine Knight was born February 11, 1906, in Evangeline Parish, and died July 3, 1983, in 
Lake Charles. As I tried to say in the sermon at her funeral, Sunshine lived her name. Unlike the 
heat and blinding light from the sun when one is situated in open spaces, Sunshine was more 
like the warm, glowing rays filtered through boughs of a huge oak tree; she never came on 
strong, but the glow and warmth drew you to her, giving you the desire to bask in her presence. 
Hers was a presence you took with you. Therefore, in addition to her life with God beyond the 
grave, she continues to live in those of us who soaked up her rays of affirmation and love. 

The sun does not point to itself, or verbally remind the earth's inhabitants of its power and 
significance; it just shines. As I said, Sunshine lived her name. 

Ted Standley 

MRS. I. A. (IDA TYREE) LOVE 

Mrs. Ida Tyree Love was the second of four children born to the union of Margie Dean and 
James Jacob Tyree. She was born on December 2, 1900, in Prescott, Arkansas. 

Mrs. Love was married on August 26, 1923 in Prescott, Arkansas, to Rev. I. A. Love. The 
marriage ceremony was performed by their District Superintendant in the back seat of an old 
Ford. The ceremony took place in this unusual setting due to the illness of her father, and also 
because Rev. Love was holding a revival meeting in a nearby church and needed to be there as 
soon as possible. This ceremony marked the beginning of over 50 years of service as she shared 
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The name change from Tyree to Love could not have been a better one, for Grandma was 
loved by all she met. I grew up meeting people who would comment on knowing and loving 
"Momma Love." 

In addition to all the time and energy she spent in her ministry to her church she somehow 
found more than enough time and love left over to give her family their needed portion. Her 
family consisted of her three daughters Oleta Love Truax, Katherine Love Truax, and Carolyn 
Love Flowers, three sons-in-law, eight grandchildren, and thirteen great grandchildren. Even 
in her later years she ministered to each of us in her own special way. She seemed to have had 
one of the all time longest prayer list. The writer of Proverbs seemed to best express the life of 
"Momma Love" when he wrote: 

"The pathway of the just is a shining light that shineth more and more into the 
Perfect Day." 

From the time of her birth Ida Tyree Love's life was a journey of faith that let God's light shine 
more and more each day. In her very early years this beloved woman set her eyes on the 
pathway of the just, and directed her steps toward God her Father. The longer she walked on 
this pathway the brighter the light became for she was moving closer and closer to the source 
of that light. Her life and faith served as an inspiration and guide to those who knew her and 
saw her shine. 

Her earthly light ceased to shine on October 27, 1 983, but her new shining light began, on this 
her Perfect Day. 

Wayne Flowers 



MRS. ABRAHAM L. (ALICE) MOCH 

The lady with a smile 

Has life in her hands 

She gives to all persons 

And asks nothing in return 

It is love she gives to begin 

It is love she gives to the end 

It is love she counts in miles 

It is love we receive 
From the Lady with a smile. 
On Wednesday, March 7, 1984, a beautiful winter morning Mrs. Alice Hawkins Moch 
completed her earthly journey in her sleep and joined the church triumphant. 

She was born December 5, 1899, to the late Lot and Mary LizzelJohnson Hawkins. Nurtured 
in a Baptist home, she confessed Christ very early in life and was baptized at New Boggy Baptist 
Church in Bethany, Louisiana. 

Alice met Abraham L. Moch at church and after a four year courtship, Alice accepted young 
Abraham L. Moch's proposal and on August 22, 1918, she became Mrs. Abraham L. Moch until 
death. 

Young Abraham, with Alice, began his ministry twenty-five years ago. They joined St. James 
and both worked in the church. 

Mrs. Moch was a gracious minister's wife. She knew how to meet people, how to be a good 
homemaker, how to entertain personal friends and groups from the church and other 
organizations, and to assist her husband in all ways befitting his position in the community. 
Mrs. Moch was devout member of the Shreveport District Parsonettes. She was a member of 
the choir and Eastern Star Hollywood Lodge No. 79. 

Her memorial service was held Monday, March 12, 1984, in the New Hill A.M.E. Church of 
Springridge, Louisiana, with the Reverend Lee Arthur McDonald officiating, with burial in the 
Moch's family plot in the New Hill Cemetery. 

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Burnell, Victorville, California; and James Gill of Keithville, Louisiana. Three sisters Mrs. Ruth 
Burnell, Shreveport; Mrs. Addie Cox, Bethany, Louisiana; Mrs. Janice White, Victorville, 
California; and a host of nephews, nieces, relatives and friends. 

Emma Pearl Tisby Bibbons 



MRS. HENRY (NELL) RICKEY 

The passing of Nell Rickey this summer left a sadness with me. I have known Nell all of her 
life. My mother owned a house in Pineville which she inherited from her father. My father was 
an overseer, so we lived on a plantation near Alexandria. During this period, Mr. and Mrs. 
Wesley Honeycutt rented our house, and at that time, Nell was born. When I was eleven, we 
moved back. Nell was three at the time. While an eleven year old boy can scarcely see a three 
year old girl at all, I remembered her covered with frills and lace. That characterized Nell all her 
life. 

Her father, a merchant, had to leave Pineville due to the Depression. In the early thirties they 
lived in Natchitoches. That proved a very significiant move, because she met a young Methodist 
minister, a graduate of State Normal College, whose father had been pastor of the church 
there. Nell and Henry had a date which was supposed to be a date with Henry's younger 
brother, Robert. It was love at first sight. I think they became engaged on that first date. Later, 
Henry said to me, "I was starving for love, and Nell had one-hundred horsepower." 

They had a wonderful life together being married over forty years. Nell never felt she was a 
good preacher's wife because she did not play the piano or teach Sunday School, but she was. 
She always made her special contribution in addition to supporting her husband in everything. 
They adopted two lovely little babies, Pat and David, who brightened their lives throughout and 
who closed out their affairs with great love and tenderness. Nell had a tubal pregnancy very 
early and her kidneys were so badly damaged that one had to be removed. The doctor said of 
the other, "It is almost as bad as the one I removed." To make matters worse, she was allergic to 
the normal drugs she needed to take. And so the rest of her life was a battle just to stay alive. 

When Henry was killed one Saturday morning in November, many of us felt Nell would go to 
pieces. We were so wrong. I took her to see the Social Security people, went with her lawyer, 
took her to buy a car, and helped stablize her finances. We went to dinner a number of times. 
Then Marie and I said, "Nell can make it now." And she did. 

The next months saw her become a part of Shreveport. She joined clubs, entertained, took 
part in politics, went on trips, and went and went and went. Her kidney got worse and she had 
to go on dialysis. Three mornings a week she had to spend long hours in this severe treatment. 
She would come home, rest all afternoon and go out at night. She made a host of friends on her 
own. She entertained twenty-five guests honoring her daughter, Pat, on Saturday. She went to 
the hospital on Monday; she died on Wednesday. That is how Nell would want it. 

How can you describe a girl so frail and so full of fears, yet so courageous and so full of life? 
Ponce de Leon searched through Florida for the Foundation of Youth. He did not find it 
because he was looking in the worship places. Nell found it because she looked within. She 
remained young all her life. Her desires and interests remained those of a young person. She 
never got old. Truly she attained "eternal youth. " Now she has attained "eternal life." 

God bless your memory, dear little girl. You made things brighter and happier for a lot of 
people. 

Jolly B. Harper 
MRS. C. C. (MATTIE) SMITH 

Mattie Gant Smith was born to the last Calbe and Julia Gant on November 17, 1885, in 
Marthaville, Louisiana, the second of their three children. She was reared and received her 
early educational experiences in the Marthaville area. 

At an early age, she joined the Union Methodist Church of Marthaville. After moving to 
Mansfield, Louisiana, she subsequently united with Wesley United Methodist Church, where 
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Lord and exemplified his teachings. She worked dutifully in the church and community until 
her health began to fail her. 

On April 11,1918, Mattie Gant married the late Rev. C. C. Smith. To this union was born three 
daughters, one of whom, Lula Mae Smith Norris, preceded her in death. As a young adult, Sis. 
Smith enjoyed working as a school teacher and also in the farming of cattle and vegetables. 
On Friday, July 22, 1983, the master of the Harvest gathered with His crop, Sister Mattie 
Melissa Gant Smith. In so doing, God's earthly vineyard lost a dedicated laborer and the 
community of mankind a true friend. 

She leaves to cherish her memory: Two daughters, Neola Smith Bush of Many, Louisiana and 
Julia Smith Bradford of Shreveport, Louisiana; one sister, Leanna Gant Jacobs of Catuna, 
Louisiana; one son-in-law, Francis Bush of Many, Louisiana; seven grandchildren, nine great- 
grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. 

The righteous shall flourish like the palm tree: he shall grow like a cedar in 
Lebanon. Those that be planted in the house of the Lord shall flourish in the 
courts of our God. They shall still bring forth fruit in old age; they shall be fat and 
flourishing . . . 

— Psalms 92:12-14 

Freddie C. Henderson 



MRS. EDWIN (VERA MARTIN) SYLVEST, SR. 

She was a pilgrim! 

Vera Evelyn Martin was born in Rutherford County, North Carolina, January 20, 1901; she 
died in Wood County, Texas, October 24, 1983. Her lifetime encompassed over 82 years of 
movement from place to place, by her own conviction, in the service of God. 

In the 50 years of her marriage to Edwin Sylvest, she lived in, and made liveable, parsonages 
all over the state of Louisiana. Moves were hard; they never came at the right time; they were 
frequently to the "wrong" place. But with Vera's confidence that it was the Lord's call that had 
brought us there, there was never any place that did not become home, that was not loved, that 
was not the right place. Her last move was such a move. Quitman, the Heritage, was the right 
place. 

Though she was devoted to Edwin, loved him and honored his calling to the ministry, she was 
never merely a preacher's wife. Marriage vows may have led her to where she was, but her's was 
not a derived calling. It was her unique vocation to love and care for the people of God 
wherever she was. Her concern for children was always paramount. From her ministry as a 
young woman in the mountains of the Carolinas to the pre-teen youth fellowship that she 
counseled after Edwin's retirement to Bogalusa, she gave her careful attention to the needs of 
the young. That same care was extended to her son Edwin, his children, Evelyn and Matthew, 
and to her son Vernon, his children, Natalie, Rebecca, and Vivian. Besides her children and 
grandchildren her surviving family includes: her husband, Edwin: her daughter-in-law, 
Compton Spencer Sylvest; a sister; three brothers. 

She extended herself! She gave herself! She grew! 

Mother's passion for the world-wide mission of the Church led her to years of devoted service 
through the WSCS — the UMW. She scrimped on things she would have done for herself to 
pledge to projects all over the globe, so that the gospel might be proclaimed to all people and 
that all might know health and fullness of life through God's love and through her love. The 
world was always in our home through Vera's concern, and through the World Outlook. 

It was her vocation to be a pilgrim servant of God. The world was her parish as surely as it 
was John Wesley's. She responded to the call with a mother's deep love for her own and for all 
others. 

Mother was a pilgrim, not because she moved from place to place. Vagabonds and wanderers 
do that. She was a pilgrim because she was going somewhere. She was a pilgrim because she 
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Vera's journey has been uniquely hers. But it has not been a solitary journey. She has 
travelled in company with all those who, since Abraham and Sarah, responded to God's call, 
have been moving toward the Land of Promise. We have been her companions. She shared 
herself with us and we have seen her vision of a world in which all persons are precious in God's 
sight and therefore in ours. She and we are they through whom all peoples shall be blessed. 

Mother's body lies in a place called Pilgrim's Rest on the old Sylvest place in Louisiana. She 
has fulfilled her vocation, but the pilgrimage goes on, because ultimately it is not Vera's journey, 
nor ours, but God's loving effort to fulfill the creation that carries us all to our final resting place 
in God. 

The same love that sustained Vera in her life is the love that sustains her in death. It is the 
love that will sustain us in our life and in our death. It is a love that is not limited by any 
circumstance whatsoever, not even death itself. Therein is our hope. Therein is the call to join 
the pilgrimage. None of us may ever see the Promised Land, but all of us who live, as Vera did, 
with absolute fidelity to that promise will know the fullness of the Love that is itself the essence 

of the promise. 

Edwin E. Sylvest, Jr. 



MRS. THOMAS R. (EVANGA) WALLACE 

A full and fruitful life was consummated when the angel of death laid its icy hands upon Mrs. 
Evanga Doke Wallace, widow of the late Reverend Thomas R. Wallace, and transferred her into 
eternity Friday morning, June 24, 1983. She was a noble character with great religious fervor 
and an unalterable faith all through those years she labored as a comforting and supporting 
companion walking beside her minister-husband as he served as shepherd of the flock 
wherever he was appointed to serve. 

She was a native of Atlanta, Georgia, and one of six children born to the union of Anderson 
and Mellissa Doke. Her academic degrees were earned from Atlanta University and the Grady 
Hospital School of Nursing. For fifty-eight years Louisiana had been her place of residence and 
it was here that she gave birth to a son, Thomas R. Wallace, Jr. who became an ordained 
minister in the Louisiana Conference and has preceeded her in death. 

She gave of herself unselfishly and untiringly in the work of the old Ministers Wives 
organization as they labored together to support the Pension Program of the Louisiana 
Conference of the old Central Jurisdiction and the former Louisiana Annual Conference "B". 

Although this beautiful rose has been plucked from the garden of life the fragrance of her 
good deeds will remain impregnable against years to come in the hearts of her stepdaughter 
Mrs. Lillian Martha Cador; daughter-in-law, Mrs. Maude Wallace; nephew, Lorenzo Doke of San 
Diego, California; and five grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren. 

Friends and relatives gathered at Trinity Church, New Orleans, to express their faith in God 
and their thankfulness for her life, with Rev. William C. Blakely officiating, and Dr. Robert F. 
Harrington, pastor delivering the Eulogy. They were assisted by Dr. Alfred L. Norris, Rev. 
Abraham E. Davis and the writer. 

Samuel W. Walker, Sr. 



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XL Conference Structure And Rules 

Article I: Conference Boards And Agencies 

The Louisiana Annual Conference shall elect the following Boards, Commissions and 
Committees: 

A. Boards 

1. Conference Board of Church and Society 

There shall be a Conference Board of Church and Society elected for the quadrennium. 
Membership of the Board shall consist of: 

1. One lay person and one minister from each district. 

2. A youth 18 years of age or younger. 

3. A young adult. 

4. A cabinet liaison. 

5. The Coordinator of Christian Social Involvement of the UMW. 

In cooperation with the Conference Council on Ministries, the Board shall develop and 
promote programs on Christian Social Concerns within the bounds of the Conference. The 
functions of the Board shall be in work described by the Book of Discipline for the Divisions of 
the General Board of Church and Society in areas, Emerging Social Issues, General Welfare, 
World Peace and Human Relations. 

2. Conference Board of Discipleship 

There shall be a Conference Board of Discipleship elected for the quadrennium. 
Membership of the Board shall consist of: 

1. One lay person and one minister from each district. 

2. A youth 18 years of age or younger. 

3. A young adult. 

4. A cabinet liaison. 

5. Six members at large nominated in consultation with the Board of Discipleship. 
Assigned to this Board shall be the functions of education, evangelism, worship, camping, 

and the area of youth ministry. The primary purpose shall be that purpose assigned to the 
Board of Discipleship by the Book of Discipline of assisting districts and local churches in 
their efforts to win persons as disciples of Jesus Christ and to help these persons to grow in 
their understanding of God that they may increasingly identify themselves as children of God 
and members of the Christian community, to live in the Spirit of God in every relationship and 
to fulfill their common discipleship in the world. 

3. Conference Board of Global Ministries 

There shall be a Conference Board of Global Ministries elected for the quadrennium. It shall 
represent the General Board of Global Ministries in all its promotional activities within the 
bounds of the Annual Conference in cooperation with the Conference Council on Ministries. 

Membership shall consist of: 

1 . One lay member and one minister from each district, one of whom shall be designated in 
each district as the District Coordinator of Global Ministries. 

2. Six members at large, including one young adult lay person (18 to 30 years of age). 

3. A liaison from other Conference Program Boards. 

4. A person 18 years of age or younger elected by the Conference Youth Team. 

5. A college student chosen by the state student organization. 

6. Conference lay leader. 

7. Conference Disaster Coordinator, who shall be liaison to UMCOR. 

8. President of Conference United Methodist Women. 

9. Coordinator of Global Concerns of Conference United Methodist Women. 



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In addition to its general area of work the following functions shall be assigned to the Board 
of Global Ministries. 

Ecumenical and Inter religious Concerns, United Methodist Committee on Relief, Urban 
Ministries, Town and Country Ministries, Health and Welfare Ministries, Economic Develop- 
ment, World Hunger Concerns. 

The Conference United Methodist Women, although autonomous, shall maintain a 
relationship with the Board concerning their mutual work in mission. 

4. Conference Board of Higher Education & Campus Ministry 

There shall be a Conference Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry elected to 
the quadrennium. 

The membership shall consist of: 

1 . One lay person and one minister from each district, one of whom shall be designated in 
each district as the District Director of Higher Education and Campus Ministry. 

2. One representative, the president or one appointed by him, from each of the colleges 
related to the Louisiana Annual Conference. 

3. Two representatives from the campus ministers/directors to be elected by the campus 
ministry staff. 

4. Two college students to be elected by the state United Methodist student organization. 

5. One representative from the Conference United Methodist Youth Fellowship Team to 
be elected by the said group. 

6. A cabinet liaison appointed by the Bishop. 

7. The Annual Conference Coordinator of Higher Education and Campus Ministry. 

8. The Annual Conference member of the General Board of Higher Education and 
Ministry, Division of Higher Education and Campus Ministry. 

The functions of the Board shall be the Program of Campus Ministry within the Conference 
and the relationship with the Conference Institutions of Higher Education. 

5. Conference Board of Laity 

There shall be a Conference Board of the Laity. On the General Church level the Board shall 
be related to the Division of Lay Life and Work of the General Board of Discipleship. 
Membership of the Board shall consist of: 

1. Conference Lay Leader 

2. Vice-Conference Lay Leader 
3.Associate Conference Lay Leaders (2) 

4. Secretary-Treasurer 

5. Conference Program Directors 

6. District Lay Leaders 

7. Associate District Lay Leaders 

8. District Program Directors 

9. Conference President United Methodist Women 

10. Conference President United Methodist Men 

11. Conference Youth Team President 

12. District Presidents United Methodist Women 

13. District Presidents United Methodist Men 

14. District Youth Team Representative 

15. Immediate Past Conference President United Methodist Women 

16. Immediate Past Conference President United Methodist Men 

17. Immediate Past Conference Lay Leader 

18. Young Adult Representative 

19. Program Director Conference Council on Ministries 

20. Cabinet Liaison 

Honorary Members: Former Conference Lay Leaders 

Lay Delegation to General and Jurisdictional Conferences 



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6. Conference Board of the Ordained Ministry 

There shall be a Conference Board of the Ordained Ministry elected for the quadrennium, 
consisting of not fewer than six ministers in full connection in the Conference, nominated by 
the presiding bishop after consultation with the chairperson of the board of the previous 
quadrennium, or with a committee of the board, and with the Cabinet. It is recommended that 
the Conference Commission on Higher Education have due representation and that at least 
two thirds of the members be graduates of colleges and schools of theology accredited or 
approved by the University Senate. Vacancies shall be filled by the bishop after consultation 
with the chairperson of the board. 

The Board of the Ordained Ministry shall organize and fulfill the duties assigned to it by the 
Book of Discipline. The duties of enlistment shall also be assigned to this Board. 

7. Conference Board of Pensions 

There shall be a Conference Board of Pensions, auxiliary to the General Board of Pensions, 
which shall have charge of the interests and work of providing for and contributing to the 
support, relief, assistance, and pensioning of ministers and their families, other church 
workers, and lay employees of The United Methodist Church, its institutions, organizations, 
and agencies within the Annual Conference, except as otherwise provided by the General 
Board. 

Membership of the Board shall consist of not less than twelve members not indebted to 
pension and benefit funds, plans, and progi ams or receiving pensions therefrom; one-third 
shall be laywomen, one-third shall be laymen, and one-third shall be clergy, elected for a term 
of eight years and arranged in classes as determined by the Annual Conference; in addition 
thereto, any ministerial member of the Conference or lay member of a church within the 
Conference who is a member of the General Board of Pensions, the Executive Secretary of the 
Board, and the Treasurer. 

The Board shall have the duties and functions as provided in the Book of Discipline. 

8. Conference Board of Trustees 

There shall be a Board of Trustees consisting of twelve members, at least thirty years of age, 
six ministerial members and six lay persons, elected in classes by the Conference for 
alternating terms of three years to carry out the functions provided in the Book of Discipline. 

9. Conference Board of Trustees 

There shall be a Conference Board of Diaconal Ministry elected for the quadrennium. 

Membership of the boards will consist of not less than nine persons, of whom at least 
one-third shall be in diaconal ministry careers. 

The Board shall develop programs and concerns within the bounds of the Conference 
related to the intent and purposes of the Book of Discipline. 



B. Commissions 

1. Conference Commission on Archives and History 

There shall be a Conference Commission on Archives and History elected for the 
quadrennium. 

The membership shall consist of nine persons. 

The functions of the Commission shall be those contained in the Book of Discipline. 

2. Conference Commission On Christian Unity And Interreligious Affairs 

There shall be a Conference Commission on Christian Unity and Interreligious Affairs 
elected for the quadrennium. 

The membership shall consist of one lay person and one minister from each district. 
The function of the Commission shall be that contained in the Book of Discipline. 



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3. Conference Commission on Religion and Race 

There shall be a Conference Commission on Religion and Race elected for the quadrennium. 
The membership shall consist of: 

1. One lay person and one minister frc^i each district. 

2. A youth 18 years of age or younger. 

3. A young adult. 

4. A cabinet liaison. 

The functions and selection of members of the Commission shall follow the general 
guidelines and structure of the General Commission on Religion and Race as specified in the 
Book of Discipline. 

4. Conference Commission on Equitable Salaries and Sustentation 

There shall be a Conference Commission on Equitable Salaries and Sustentation elected for 
the quadrennium. 

The membership shall consist of one person from each district. 

The function of the Commission shall be that contained in the Book of Discipline 
pertaining to equitable salaries. 

5. Conference Commission on the Role and Status of Women 

There shall be a Conference Commission on the Role and Status of Women elected for the 
quadrennium. 

Membership shall consist of fifteen persons, a majority of whom shall be women, but 
including men, clergy, and lay. The chairperson shall be a woman. Selection of commission 
personnel shall include representatives of ethnic and racial minorities, youth/young adults, 
persons over sixty years of age, and various lifestyles. 

The commission shall develc^ programs within the bounds of the Conference, as specified 
in the Book of Discipline. 

C. Committees 

1. Conference Committee on Courtesies 

There shall be a Conference Committee on Courtesies elected for the quadrennium. 

The membership shall consist of six persons. 

The function of the Committee shall be to provide courtesies and introductions for visitors 
to the Annual Conference sessions and to prepare written expressions of appreciation for 
those who assist the work of the Conference. 

2. Conference Committee on Episcopacy 

There shall be a Conference Committee on Episcopacy elected quadrennially by the Annual 
Conference. 

Membership shall consist of three lay women, three laymen, three clergy persons, and three 
additional persons to make possible the representation of Racial Ethnic Minority, Youth, and 
Young Adults, and three additional persons appointed by the Bishop, provided that at least 
five of the fifteen persons are clergy. 

The functions of this committee shall be that contained in the Book of Discipline. 

3. Conference Committee on Investigation 

There shall be a Conference Committee on Investigation elected annually, upon nomination 
of the bishop, consisting of seven elders, and three reserve elders, to perform the functions 
specified in the Book of Discipline. 

4. Conference Committee on Journal 

There shall be a Conference Committee on Journal elected for the quadrennium. 
There membership shall consist of two clerical and two lay members. 
The Committee on Journal shall inspect the secretary's record of each session of the Annual 
Conference and report its findings to the Conference. 



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5. Conference Committee on Nominations 

There shall be a Conference Committee on Nominations composed of the following 
members: Resident Bishop as chairman, Conference Lay Leader, Conference President of 
United Methodist Women, District Superintendents, two lay persons who are members of the 
Conference named by the Conference Board of Laity, two lay persons who are members of the 
Conference named by the Executive Committee of Conference United Methodist Women, and 
two youth who are members of the Conference named by the Conference Youth Team, and two 
young adults appointed by the bishop. 

The lay representatives shall serve from the time at which they are chosen by their 
representative designated bodies or persons. The nominating committee shall submit in 
nomination only the names of those persons who agree to serve in the position to which they 
are nominated. 

6. Conference Committee on Review and Resolutions 

There shall be a Conference Committee on Review and Resolutions elected for the 
quadrennium. 

The membership shall consist of five persons. 

The Committee shall have the function assigned to it by Conference Rule Ten. 

7. Conference Rules Committee 

There shall be a Conference Rules Committee appointed by the Bishop of no more than six 
persons, half of whom shall be lay, and said committee to be appointed quadrennially. 

8. Committee on Communications 

There shall be a Committee on Communications to oversee and set policies for the 
Conference newspaper and also provide guidelines for a Conference Resource Center to be 
operated out of the Conference Council on Ministries Office, and to relate to United Methodist 
Communications and other communications agencies of the general church. Membership 
shall be four clergy and four lay persons, to be named by the Conference nominating committee 
and confirmed by the Annual Conference. 



Article II: Conference Council On Finance 
And Administration 

A. There shall be a Conference Council on Finance and Administration elected for the 
quadrennium. Nominations shall be made by the Conference Committee on Nominations. 

The membership shall consist of five ministers and six lay persons. 

The Council shall function as specified in Paragraph 866-886 of the Book of Discipline. 

B. The depository of funds and bookkeeping functions of all Conference Councils, Boards 
and Agencies shall be provided by the Conference. The Council on Finance and Administration 
shall initiate a system of vouchers through which the Conference treasurer shall reimburse all 
expenditures authorized by the chairpersons of the board and agencies for funds expended 
within their budgets. See Conference Rule Four. 

C. The Conference CFA shall develop the Budget for Conference Benevolences as follows: 

1 . A Proposed Budget shall be presented to the Annual Conference for the calendar 
year to begin 19 months hence. 

2. A Revised Budget shall be acted on and adopted by the Annual Conference for 
the calendar year to begin 7 months hence. 

3. This Budget shall be reviewed by the CFA, just prior to distribution of funds, and 
shall be paid in proportion to the funds available, i.e. if 90% is available, 90% 
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Article III: Conference Council On Ministries 

A. There shall be a Conference Council on Ministries to fulfill the purpose assigned to the 
Council by Paragraph 831.1 and the functions, Paragraph 831.10 of the Book of Discipline. 
The membership of the Council on Ministries shall consist of the following: 

1. Presiding Bishop 

2. District Superintendents 

3. One (1) representative from the Board of Ministry 

4. One (1) representative from the Board of the Laity 

5. One (1) representative from the Board of Pensions 

6. Two (2) representatives from the Board of Discipleship 

7. Two (2) representatives from the Board of Global Ministries 

8. Two (2) representatives from the Board of Church and Society 

9. One (1) representative from the Board of Trustees 

10. One (1) representative from the Commission on Religion and Race 

11. One (1) representative from the Commission on Archives and History 

12. One (1) representative from the Commission on Equitable Salaries and Sustentation 

13. One (1) representative from the Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministries 

14. One (1) representative of the Commission on the Status & Role of Women 

15. The Conference Secretary 

16. Two (2) representatives of the Conference United Methodist Women, one (1) of them 
shall be the President 

17. Two (2) representatives of the Conference Youth Organization 

18. Two (2) young adults elected by the young adult members to Annual Conference 

19. The Conference Lay Leader 

20. One ( 1 ) lay person from each district to be elected by the district council on ministries 

21. Ex Officio, without vote — Annual Conference Council on Ministries Staff, Conference 
Director of Financial Affairs, Conference Director of Special Ministries 

22. Ex Officio, without vote — Two (2) representatives of the Council on Finance and 
Administration 

23. Ex Officio, with vote — such representatives to general boards, councils and agencies 
as are elected from the Louisiana Annual Conference and the Conference representa- 
tives to the Jurisdictional Council on Ministries 

24. Two (2) representatives of the United Methodist Men, one of whom shall be the 
president 

In the selection of representatives to the Council, care should be taken to provide for a 
proper balance of lay and ministerial members. 

The officers of the Council on Ministries shall be a Chairman, a Vice Chairman and a 
Recording Secretary, who shall be elected at the beginning of each quadrennium by the Council 
on Ministries following nomination of a Nominating Committee previously appointed by the 
Chairman, and a Treasurer, who shall be the Director of Financial Affairs. 

The Council on Ministries shall meet as often as required to fulfill its purposes. A quorum 
shall consist of those who are in attendance after a proper call for a meeting has been issued. A 
proper call shall consist of a thirty day written notice except for emergency session. 
The Bishop and the Council Director shall be ex officio members of all committees. 
The Council shall have these committees: 
1. There shall be an Executive Committee composed of the Resident Bishop, the officers 
of the Council on Ministries and the Director of the Council on Ministries, the Chairman 
of the Cabinet, the two other members of the Cabinet, the Conference Lay Leader, the 
President of the Conference United Methodist Women, and a representative of the 
Conference Council on Finance and Administration, who shall be a non-voting 
member. The Chairman of the Council on Ministries shall be the Chairman of the 
Executive Committee. The Executive Committee may act for the Council on Ministries 
between regular sessions of the Council on Ministries. 



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2. The Council may appoint age-level and family departments as it deems necessary to 
the performance of its duties. It may appoint committees, task forces, and consul- 
tations as may be deemed essential to the effective discharging of its responsibilities. 

B. There shall be a staff of the Council on Ministries with these functions: 

1. To work with the Bishop and Cabinet in the planning, coordination and im- 
plementation of programs in the Conference. 

2. To provide staff assistance to enable the Council on Ministries to achieve the 
relationships and functions assigned to it by the Book of Discipline. 

3. To maintain a Resources Center for the Conference composed of those program 
resources used by local churches and districts. 

4. To provide staff services to Conference Boards and Agencies. 

5. To be a program consultant and resource person to the districts by initiating and 
providing training of each District Council on Ministries so that through the District 
Council more adequate services can be rendered to the local churches. 

6. To be a program consultant and resource person to the local churches by providing 
consultative service and leadership training. 

7. To make available to the Conference certain administrative services, such as office 
facilities for clerical work for the Conference and central file of mailing list. 

8. To maintain linkage with the General Church by being a channel for receiving 
information from the General Church Agencies and to interpret the needs of the 
Louisiana Conference with the local churches of this state to the General Church 
agencies. 

9. To serve as a clearing house and coordinator of the Conference Calendar under the 
direction of the Council on Ministries. 

10. To provide staff functions for certain special Conference activities. 

C. The Conference Council on Mil cries staff shall consist of a director, elected and 
appointed according to Paragraph 831.7 of the Book of Discipline, and at least one associate 
director, elected and appointed according to Paragraph 831.8 of the Book of Discipline. 
Where only one associate director is elected and appointed, that associate director should be a 
lay person. 

The secretaries and stenographers provided for in the Council budget shall be employed by 
the Council Director. 

All staff members shall work under the direction of the Council on Ministries and shall be 
assigned duties as determined by the Director and appropriate committee. The place of 
residence of staff members may be assigned by the Council. 



Article IV: Districts 

A. There shall be a District Committee on Nominations with the following members: District 
Superintendent, who shall be chairman; District Lay Leader; District President United 
Methodist Women; 2 Lay Persons named by District Board of Laity; 2 Lay Persons, named by 
the Executive Committee of the District United Methodist Women; 2 youth, named by the 
District Youth Council; 4 ministers, named by the District Superintendent; 2 young adults. 

B. There shall be a District Council on Ministries functioning in each district of the Louisiana 
Annual Conference. 

Membership shall include the following: Coordinators of Children, Youth, Young Adults, 
Adults and Family Life Ministries. It shall also include Chairpersons of the following program 
areas: Education, Evangelism, Ecumenical Affairs, Missions, Health and Welfare, Stewardship, 
Worship, Religion and Race, Publications and Social Concerns. Membership shall also include 
District Lay Leader, United Methodist Women, United Methodist Men, Youth, 1000 Club, etc. It 
is recommended that a member of the Annual Conference Council on Ministries staff be 
included as a resource person in each District Council on Ministries. We further recommend 
that membership shall be chosen so as to include equitable representation, insofar as possible, 



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of laity as well as clergy, minority groups, women, youth, and young adults. Membership in the 
District Council on Ministries shall be taken from persons interested in district work after 
consultation (not merely last minute appointments). Lay people should be considered for all 
positions on the District Council on Ministries. District Council on Ministries members may be 
listed with their names and addresses in the Annual Conference Journal. The Distrist 
Conferences should elect the membership of the District Council on Ministries. 

The officers of the District Council on Ministries who shall be elected from the membership of 
the Council on Ministries and such other officers as the District Council deem necessary. 

The District Council on Ministries shall work to achieve the purpose and functions assigned 
by the Book of Discipline. 

The District Superintendent shall be the Chief Executive staff officer. 

District Councils on Ministries shall be financed by the district budget, except for special 
program activities, in which case they may apply to the Conference Council on Ministries and 
the Conference Council on Finance and Administration for a grant from the Conference 
Program Priorities Fund. 

C. Each district should provide at least half-time secretarial help for the district super- 
intendent from funds made available from the district budget upon recommendation and 
approval of the District Stewards. 



Article V: Program Planning Process 

A. The Conference Council on Ministries and the Conference Boards and Agencies shall 
develop methods in the program planning process which will enable the local churches of the 
Conference to communicate recommendations concerning needs and goals for the design of 
programs which reflect concerns for ministry at the local church level. 

B. The Charge Conference fulfilling its purpose as specified in Paragraph 145 of the Book of 
Discipline shall be used, under the leadership of the District Superintendent, to receive 
information on the needs and opportunities which exist in the local churches that should be 
taken into account in program planning by Conference Agencies. The District Superintendent 
shall have the. responsibility for communicating this information to the Conference Agencies. 

C. The District Council on Ministries shall be used as a primary program planning, 
development and implementation agency for enabling local churches in fulfillment of the 
ministry. 



Article VI: Conference Rules 

1. APPORTIONMENTS: All Conference apportionments shall be annually apportioned to 
each local church through the application of a decimal to be derived from the following factors 
taken from the last published Journal of the Louisiana Annual Conference. 

A. One-half on the basis of membership. 

B. One-half on the basis of these six columns: 
Paid other current expenses, etc. 

Church School: Lesson materials, supplies, administration, etc. 
Pastor's salary paid 
Associate's salary paid 
Travel allowance total paid 
Utilities paid 

2. APPROPRIATIONS: Any legislation requiring appropriation of Conference funds or any 
requests for Conference -wide solicitation of funds shall first be presented to the Council on 
Finance and Administration for study and its recommendations before being presented to the 
Annual Conference. See the Book of Discipline. 



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3. FISCAL AND STATISTICAL YEAR: The calendar year is the fiscal and statistical year of 
the Conference. All remittances for the preceding year shall be mailed to the Conference 
Treasurer not later than the Monday after the first Sunday in January; and the pastor's report 
No. 1 and No. 2 shall be turned in, and checked by auditors at District meetings at a time and 
place determined by the Council on Finance and Administration, in consultation with 
members of the Cabinet. 

4. FUNDS TO BE SENT TO CONFERENCE TREASURER: Local Church Treasurers shall 
send all funds for Conference Boards, Agencies and Institutions to the Conference Treasurer 
for appropriate distribution. All financial books and bookkeeping and funds of Conference 
Councils, Boards, Committees, and Commissions shall be administered and unified in the 
office of the Conference Treasurer. Disbursements shall be made through a voucher system to 
be supervised by the Council on Finance and Administration. The Council on Finance and 
Administration shall be authorized to invest the surplus funds of Conference boards and 
agencies, when the surplus exceeds a reasonable amount needed as carry-over to begin the 
next year. This shall not apply to institutions, The Board of Pensions, nor the Commission on 
Equitable Salaries and Sustentation. Any funds generated from interest by The Ministerial 
Education Fund shall go back into it. 

5. ANNUAL CONFERENCE BUDGET: The Conference Council on Finance and Admi- 
nistration shall develop the Budget for Conference Benevolences as follows: 

1 . A proposed Budget shall be presented to the Annual Conference for the calendar year to 
begin 19 months hence. 

2. A Revised Budget shall be acted on and adopted by the Annual Conference for the 
calendar year to begin 7 months hence. 

3. This Budget shall be reviewed by the Council on Finance and Administration, just prior 
to distribution of funds, and shall be paid, in proportion to the funds available, i.e. if 90% 
is available, 90% will be paid. 

6. DISTRICT BUDGETS AND DISTRICT FUNDS: All undesignated monies received should 
be distributed on an exact ratio or percentage of the total district budget. Designated funds 
shall be directed exclusively to the program or item to which they are given with no consequent 
alteration in other items in the district budget. 

7. DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS: The base salary of each District Superintendent paid by 
the Annual Conference shall not be greater than the average base salary of the preceedingyear 
paid to the twenty highest-paid pastors of charges of the Louisiana Conference. The base 
salary and expenses to be paid by the Annual Conference for the next fiscal year will be 
determined by the Council on Finance and Administration and reported to the Annual 
Conference. 

The Council on Finance and Administration, through the Director of Finance, shall be the 
sole agent of disbursement of funds to these expense accounts. There shall be no additional 
reimbursement for expenses of District Superintendents from any other source within the 
Louisiana Conference. 

8. PRE-CONFERENCE REPORTS: All Councils, Boards, Commissions and Committees of 
the Louisiana Conference shall prepare all Annual Conference reports, resolutions and 
recommendations and send them to the office of the Conference Council Director sixty (60) 
days before the opening date of the Annual Conference; and the Conference Council Director 
shall compile and duplicate these reports and mail a copy to each minister and lay member 
thirty (30) days before the Annual Conference convenes. Any reports, resolutions or 
recommendations not included in the pre-conference reports must be duplicated and 
distributed to the Annual Conference before final action can be taken, except when exempted 
by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the Annual Conference. This rule does not apply to the 
Conference Board of Trustees and the Board of the Ordained Ministry. 

9. COMMITTEE ON REVIEW AND RESOLUTIONS: Any resolutions, proposed by an 
individual or group other than a conference agency, shall first be presented to the committee 
at least 24 hours before consideration by the Annual Conference. The committee shall ensure 
that the resolution is submitted by a properly qualified delegate to the Annual Conference, 
provide adequate duplication and distribution of the resolution to the delegates, and present 



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the resolution to the Annual Conference without comment (No vote of concurrence/non- 
concurrence shall be taken or reported by the committee). Resolutions maybe referred by the 
committee to a conference agency for study. Said agency may include the resolution in its 
report or refer it back to the Committee on Review and Resolutions for its consideration before 
presenting it to the Annual Conference. 

10. DATA FOR MEMOIRS: The District Superintendents in whose district a Conference 
member, wife or widow of a minister dies, shall appoint someone to secure, in advance of the 
next Annual Conference, data concerning the deceased. 

11. WIDOWS: A directory of widows of deceased Conference members shall be published in 
the Journal. 

12. DISTRICT CONFERENCES: The Annual Conference hereby directs that District Confer- 
ences may be held annually and shall be composed of the persons named in the Book of 
Discipline, and in addition thereto, each charge shall elect five (5) lay members as delegates, 
provided, however, each church shall have at least one (1) elected member. 

13. THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE: The Committee on Nominations shall solicit sug- 
gestions for the names of persons who should be nominated for Conference Boards and 
Agencies and members of the Annual Conference. In order to receive an inclusive list of 
qualified youth nominees from the Conference Youth Team, the committee will delay the 
naming of youth members to Boards and Agencies until after the initial Conference Youth 
Team meeting for the new program year (usually held in August). 

14. TERMS OF MEMBERSHIP: The terms of membership on all Boards, Commissions, and 
Committees of the Louisiana Conference shall be a maximum of eight (8) years, with this rule 
becoming effective in 1980, and applying to all who have served eight (8) years on such Boards, 
Commissions and Committees by 1980, except as provided otherwise by the Book of 
Discipline. No person shall serve on more than one Conference Program Board of Commission 
except as provided by the Book of Discipline. These rules do not apply to Trustees. Further, if 
members of a conference Board, Commission or Committee, are absent from two consecutive 
regular meetings without a reason acceptable to the agency, they shall cease to be members 
thereof. In that case they shall be so notified, and their places shall be filled in accordance with 
the appropriate provisions for filling vacancies, if any, otherwise, upon notification of the 
vacancy by the agency concerned, the Committee on Nominations shall present replacement 
nominations to the upcoming Annual Conference for election to the remaining term involved. 

15. CABINET LIAISON: There shall be a Cabinet Liaison appointed by the presiding Bishop 
to each Conference Board and Agency. Expenses of the Cabinet Liaison shall be paid by the 
Board or Agency involved. 

16. CONFERENCE BOARDS AND AGENCIES MEMBERSHIP: Conference Boards and 
Agencies shall not be limited to their membership in the appointment of committees and task 
forces. Members of General Boards and Agencies shall be members of corresponding 
Conference Boards and Agencies. 

17. ALL INSTITUTIONS IN THE CONFERENCE: All institutions in the Conference shall be 
incorporated and shall review their corporate charters quadrennially to determine that they 
are in conformity with the laws of the State of Louisiana and the Book of Discipline of the 
United Methodist Church. 

18. LAY MEMBERS OF ANNUAL CONFERENCE: Each Charge Conference shall elect 
annually the lay member(s) to the Annual Conference and one or more alternates. Each Board 
of Directors of Wesley Foundation shall elect a Methodist student member of the Wesley 
Foundation of each campus minister who received over one-half his salary for the Wesley 
Foundation. The District Superintendent shall preside at this election. 

19. ELECTION OF YOUTH DELEGATES: The District Council on Youth Ministries shall 
nominate a delegate and reserve delegate in the youth category (18 years of age or younger on 
the opening date of the Annual Conference for which they are elected) after consultation with 
the District Superintendent, local church youth groups, and pastors in that district, and these 
nominations may be made from the floor of the District Conference. 



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The District Young Adult Coordinator shall nominate a delegate and reserve delegate in the 
young adult category (between the ages of 19 and 25 on the opening date of the Annual 
Conference for which they are elected) after consultation with a young adult task force 
composed of campus ministers, young adult leaders in local churches, two young adults, one of 
whom shall be a student and one a non-student, and the immediate past young adult delegate 
and reserve delegate in that district and the District Superintendent. In those districts where 
there is no young adult coordinator, the adult coordinator shall make the nominations in the 
process as stated above. These nominations shall be presented to the District Conference for 
their election. Additional nominations may be made from the floor of the District Conference. 

20. LAY AND MINISTERIAL MEMBERS: To equalize the lay and ministerial membership of 
the Annual Conference, as required by the amended Constitution of the United Methodist 
Church, each district shall send an equal number of lay and ministerial members to the Annual 
Conference. All ministerial members of the Annual Conference shall be attached to one of the 
districts. The District Superintendent shall determine the number of ministerial members in 
each district. If additional lay members are needed to equalize the number of lay members with 
ministerial members in any district, additional lay members shall be elected by the District 
Conference on nomination of the District Board of Laity; but priority shall be given to the 
Consecrated Diaconal Ministers in that District. Additional nominations may be made from 
the floor of the District Conference. The Conference President of the United Methodist Women, 
the Conference Lay Leader, the Conference President United Methodist Men and the 
Conference President United Methodist Youth shall be counted as members of the Annual 
Conference from the districts in which they reside. 

21. LOCAL CHURCH COMMITTEE ON WILLS: Each local church shall have a committee of 
one or more members on wills, trusts and special gifts. 

22. CHANGE IN RULES: Any recommendation for Rule changes shall be presented to the 
Chairman of the Rules Committee within 10 days after the Convocation of Boards. The Rules 
Committee shall consider and make its recommendations in time to be included in the 
Pre-Conference Report. 

23. CALENDAR: In order to coordinate the calendar of the Conference and to be better 
stewards of money and time, no conference event maybe held unless it has first been cleared 
through the COM Executive Committee at least six months prior to the event. The CCOM 
Executive Committee shall make necessary changes so that there will be no duplication of 
major events. Items to be calendared are programs, board meetings, conference events, etc. — 
any scheduled event which involves the Conference. In case of unusual circumstances a 
meeting could be put on the calendar by a 2/3 vote of the Executive Committee. 



Article VII: Rules Of Order For Conference Sessions 

RULES 1. SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS 

Morning — Opening Prayer or Devotional Service 

Conference Business with a mid-morning recess 

Afternoon — Conference Business 

Evening — Programs as planned. 
RULE 2. ORDER OF BUSINESS: After devotional service the daily sessions of the Conference 

shall be conducted as follows: 

1. Report of Committee on Journal of the previous meeting or meetings. 

2. Report of Committee on Courtesies. 

3. Reports of other standing administrative and special committees. 

4. Calendar. 

5. Miscellaneous business. 

RULE 3. AUTHORITY OF THE CHAIRMAN: The presiding Bishop, or a person designated by 
him shall be the chairman of the Annual Conference. He shall decide points of order raised 
or not raised by the members, as he deems necessary to conform to these rules of order; 



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subject, in both cases, to an appeal to the Conference by any member without debate; 
except that the chairman and the appellant, in the order named here, shall each have five 
minutes for a statement in support of their respective positions. A tie vote in the case of 
appeal shall sustain the chair. When any member raises a point of order he shall cite, by 
number, the rule he adjudges to have been violated. The presiding Bishop shall have the 
right to recess a session of the Annual Conference at any time at his discretion and to 
reconvene at such time as he shall announce, with only delegates, authorized personnel and 
authorized guests permitted to attend such a session following recess. 

RULE 4. CALLING THE CONFERENCE TO ORDER: When the chairman stands in his place and 
calls the Conference to order, no member shall speak, address the chair, or stand, while the 
chairman stands. 

RULE 5. ATTENDANCE AND SEATING RESERVES: No member, unless hindered by sickness 
or otherwise from being present, shall absent himself from the sessions of the Conference 
without permission of the Conference; and all absentees shall be reported to the Chairman. 

RULE 6. DIRECTIONS FOR SECURING THE FLOOR: When a delegate desires to speak to the 
Conference, he shall arise at his designated seat, respectfully address the presiding officer, 
using the term, "Mr. Chairman," and after recognition, proceed to a speaker's platform and 
announce the Church or Charge which he represents; which, in turn, the Chairman shall 
then announce to the Conference. 

RULE 7. INTERRUPTING THE SPEAKER: No member who has the floor may be interrupted 
except for a breach of order, or a misrepresentation, or to direct the attention of the 
Conference to the fact that the time has arrived for a special order, or to raise a very urgent 
question of high privilege. 

RULE 8. SPEAKING MORE THAN ONCE; LENGTH OF SPEECH: No member shall speak a 
second time on the same question if any member who has not spoken desires the floor, no 
more than twice on the same subject under the same motion, no longer than ten minutes 
unless his time shall be extended by the Conference. This ten minute limit may be reduced 
by a majority vote of the Conference at any time, and for any period duration. 

RULE 9. QUESTION OF HIGH PRIVILEGE: A member claiming the floor at anytime for what 
he believes is a very urgent question of high privilege shall be allowed to indicate briefly the 
nature of the question and if it be adjudged by the chair to be such, he may proceed at his 
pleasure or until the chairman judges that he has exhausted his privilege. 

RULE 10. VOTING AREA OF CONFERENCE: Only delegates within the area of the Conference 
when the vote is taken shall be entitled to vote. All delegates within the area at the time a 
question is put shall vote, except such as shall have been excused for special reasons by the 
Conference. 

RULE 1 1 . VOTING PROCEDURES: Voting shall be by a show of hands unless otherwise ordered 
by the Conference. An "aye" or "nay" vote, if taken, shall be by signed ballot. An "any" and 
"nay" vote by secret ballot may be ordered on call of any member, supported by one-third 
(1/3) of the members present and voting. A count vote may be ordered on call of any 
member supported by one-third (1/3) of the members present and voting, in which case the 
delegates shall rise from their seats and stand until counted. 

No other business shall be in order when a vote is being taken or when the previous 
question has been called, until the process is completed, except such as relates to the vote 
itself, or that which can be appropriately fitted into the time while waiting for the report of 
the secretaries on a count vote, or any "aye" or "nay" vote. The count shall be made by the 
Committee of Tellers. 

RULE 12. DIVISION OF QUESTION: Before a vote is taken any delegate shall have the right to 
call for a division of any question, if it is subject to such division as he indicates. If no 
delegate objects, the division shall be made; but if there is objection, the chair shall put the 
question of division to vote, not waiting for a second. 

RULE 13. VOTE BY ORDER: The ministerial and lay delegates shall deliberate as one body; put 
upon a call, by motion of any delegate, seconded by another delegate of the same order and 
supported by one-third (1/3) of the members of that order voting, the ministerial and lay 



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delegates shall vote separately. But when the Conference votes by orders, no measure shall 
be passed without the concurrence of a majority of both classes of delegates. In cases of 
such a vote the order calling for it shall vote first; provided, however, that the Conference 
may not vote by orders on a proposed amendment to the Constitution. Discipline (pp. 
64-66) 

RULE 14. MOTION FOR ADOPTION OR REPORTS AND RESOLUTIONS UNNECESSARY: 
Whenever a report of a committee signed by the chairman and secretary thereof, shall be 
presented to the Conference for its action, it shall be deemed in proper order for 
consideration by the Conference without the formality of a motion to adopt, and a second 
thereto. 

RULE 15. REQUIRED FORMS FOR REPORTS, RESOLUTIONS, MOTIONS, AND AMEND- 
MENTS: All resolutions and committee reports shall be presented in triplicate; and, when 
requested by the secretary, motions, including amendments, shall be presented in writing. 

RULE 16. ALTERATIONS OF MOTIONS, ETC.: When a motion is made and seconded, or a 
resolution is introduced and seconded, or a committee report is read, it shall be deemed to 
be in possession of the Conference, and may not be altered except by action of the 
Conference. 

RULE 17. UNDEBATABLE MOTIONS: The following motions shall be acted upon without 
debate: 

1. To adjourn, when unqualified, except to adjourn the Conference finally. 

2. To suspend the rules. 

3. To lay on the table. 

4. To take from the table. 

5. To call for the previous question. 

6. To reconsider a non-debatable motion. 

7. To limit or extend the limits of debate. 

8. To call for the orders of the day. 

RULE 18. RIGHTS OF THE MAIN QUESTION: The main question may be opened to debate 
under the following motions: to adopt, to amend, to commit or refer, to substitute, to 
postpone, and to reconsider. No new motion, resolution, or subject shall be entertained 
until the one under consideration shall have been disposed of. The foregoing does not apply 
to secondary motions if otherwise allowable in the existing parliamentary situation. 

RULE 19. PRECEDENCE OF SECONDARY MOTIONS: If any one or more of the following 

motions shall be made when one or more other motions are pending, the order of their 

precedence in relation to one another shall be the same as the order of their listing below: 

l.To fix the time to which the Conference shall adjourn. (This motion is subject of 

amendment, or it may be laid on the table.) 

2. To adjourn. 

3. To take recess. 

4. To order the previous question. 

5. To lay on the table. 

6. To limit or extend the limits of debate. 

7. To postpone to a given time. 

8. To commit or refer. 

9. To amend or to substitute (one amendment being allowed to an amendment.) 
10. To postpone indefinitely. 

RULE 20. TABLING RELATED MOTIONS: No motion which adheres to another motion, or has 
another motion adhering to it, can be laid on the table by itself. Such motions, if laid on the 
table, carry with them the motions to which they respectively adhere, or which adhere to 
them. 

RULE 21. REFERRING REPORTS, ETC: It shall be in order for the Conference to refer to a 
committee a section or a part of a report or resolution which is before the Conference for 
consideration, or any amendment offered thereto. 



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RULE 22. PROCEDURE FOR CONSIDERATION OF SUBSTITUTES: When a resolution or 
committee report is properly before the Conference for consideration and action, even if 
amendments thereto are pending, a substitute therefore may be offered by any member 
moving that the same be substituted for the report or resolution under consideration. The 
Conference shall then proceed first to perfect the original report or resolution, including 
consideration and action upon any amendments which may be offered to it. The same 
perfecting process shall then be followed with respect to the substitute. The question shall 
then be put first on the motion to substitute, followed by the motion to adopt the report or 
resolution; provided, however, that the motion for the previous question shall not be in 
order on the adoption of the report or recommendation or on making the proposed 
substitution until opportunity has been given for at least two (2) members to speak on each 
side of the question of substitution or adoption. 

RULE 23. PREVIOUS QUESTION: When any member moves the previous question (that is, that 
the vote be now taken on the motion or motions pending), he shall indicate to what he 
intends it to apply, if any secondary motion or motions are also pending. If he does not so 
indicate, it shall be regarded as applying only to the immediately pending question. This 
motion shall be taken without debate, and shall require a two-thirds (2/3) vote of those 
present and voting for its adoption; and if it is accepted, the vote shall be taken on the 
motion or motions to which it applies without further debate. 

RULE 24. MOTION AFTER SPEECH: It shall not be in order for a member immediately after 
discussing a pending question, and before relinquishing the floor, to make a motion whose 
adoption would limit or stop debate. 

RULE 25. EXCEPTIONS TO MAJORITY VOTE: A majority of those voting, a quorum being 
present, shall decide all questions with the following exceptions: 

1. One-third (1/3) of those present and voting shall suffice to sustain a call for a count vote 
in case the decision of the chair is doubted. A tie vote sustains the chair. 

2. A call for a vote by orders shall prevail if sustained by one-third (1/3) of the members of 
the order from which the call came, present and voting. 

3. A two-third (2/3) vote shall be required to sustain a motion to suspend or amend the 
rules; to sustain a motion for the previous question; to set aside a special order; to 
consider a special order before the time set therefor; to sustain the request of the 
Committee on Courtesies and Privileges for the presentation of any person on the final 
day of the Annual Conference. 

RULE 26. RECONSIDERATION: A motion to reconsider an action of the Conference shall be in 
order at anytime if offered by a member who voted with the prevailing side. If the motion it 
is proposed to reconsider is non-debatable, the motion to reconsider may not be debated. 

RULE 27. CALENDARS, REGULAR AND NON-CONCURRENCE: The Secretary shall keep a 
chronological record of orders of the day and of reports of committees, which record shall 
be called the Calendar; and the matter of business placed on it shall be considered as 
recommended by the Committee on Agenda (the Cabinet) to the Conference, unless by a 
two-thirds (2/3) vote of the Conference an item is taken up out of its order. 

When committee presents a report on a given subject, as part of its report, it must also list 
the numbers of all petitions relating to this subject on which the committee voted 
non-concurrence. 

RULE 28. MOTION TO ADJOURN IN ORDER EXCEPT: The motion to adjourn when un- 
qualified, shall be taken without debate, and shall always be in order, except: 

1. When a delegate has the floor. 

2. When a question is actually put, or a vote is being taken, and before it is finally decided. 

3. When the previous question has been ordered and action thereunder is pending. 

4. When a motion to adjourn has been lost, and no business or debate has intervened. 

5. When the motion to fix the time to which the Conference shall adjourn is pending. 

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RULE 29. SPEAKERS FOR AND AGAINST: When the report of a subject is under con- 
sideration, it shall be the duty of the presiding officer to ascertain, when he recognizes a 
member of the Conference, on which side he proposes to speak; and he shall not assign the 
floor to any member proposing to speak on the same side of the pending question as the 
speaker immediately preceding if any member desire to speak on the other side thereof. 

Except for undebatable motions, no motion shall be adopted or question relating to the 
same decided without opportunity having been given for at least two speeches for and two 
against the said proposal, provided that right is claimed before the chairman or duly 
authorized member representing the committee's report or the minority report, if there be 
such, is presented to close the debate. 

When all have spoken who desire to do so, or when (and after) the previous question has 
been ordered, the chairman or/ and duly authorized member or members presenting a 
committee's report (and a minority report if there be one) shall be entitled to speak before 
the vote is taken. 

This right of the chairman and/or other member or members to close the debate shall 
prevail in like manner to a limit of five minutes when a vote is about to be taken on a motion 
to amend, to substitute, to postpone, to refer, or to lay on the table or any other motion 
whose adoption would vitally affect the report under consideration; provided, that this five 
minute limit shall not apply to a motion to substitute a minority report for a regular 
(majority) report of a committee. 

RULE 30. EFFECTIVE DATE: All actions of the Annual Conference everywhere shall become 
effective upon the final adjournment of the session of the Annual Conference at which they 
are enacted, unless otherwise specified, except as provided otherwise in the Discipline. 

RULE 31. SUSPENSION OF RULES: The operation of any of the provisions of these Rules of 
Order may be suspended at any time by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the Conference. 

RULE 32. AMENDING RULES: These Rules of Order may be amended or changed by a two- 
thirds (2/3) vote of the Conference; provided the proposed change or amendment has 
originated in the Committee on the Rules, or has been presented to the Conference in 
writing and referred to this committee, which committee shall report thereon not later 
than the following day. 

RULE 33. ROBERT'S RULES OF ORDER, SUPPLEMENTAL AUTHORITY: In any parliamentary 
situation not clearly covered by these Rules of Order, the Annual Conference shall be 
governed by the current edition of Robert's Rules of Order. 



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XII. Pastoral Records 

These records have been compiled by the Conference Board of Pensions, and they have made 
every effort to make them as accurate as possible. If you have any questions about these charts, 
you should contact Charles B. Simmons, 809 W. Jefferson, Lake Charles, LA 70605. 
Explanation of Abbreviations: 

RM = Retired Member; RAM = Retired Associate Member; RLP = Retired Local Pastor; LOA = 
Leave of Absence; DisL = Disability Leave; Eff = Effective Member; PM = Probationary Member; 
AM = Associate Member; and FTLP = Full Time Local Pastor. 



Name 



Rel. 



Conf. 



Pro. 



F.C. Deac. Eld. Trans. Ret. 



Aamodt, August E Eff. 

Adams, James L Eff. 

Ailor, James W RM 

Alfred, George M PM 

Allen, Dan R Eff. 

Allen, ReuelH RM 

Alverson, Don W. Eff. 

Andres, George D. Jr FTLP 

Andrews, Christopher Eff. 

Arnold, Tracy R Eff. 

August, Terrace S Eff. 

August, Wilbert C Eff. 

Augustine III, Louis PM 

Avant, Nathan T FTLP 

Averette, Clyde W Eff. 

Avery, Donald R Eff. 

Babington, Thomas M Eff. 

Bailes, Homer V AM 

Baker, Arthur M Eff. 

Baker, Hugh L. Jr Eff. 

Barabin, Walter RAM 

Bares, Weldon Eff. 

Barham, W. Carl RM 

Baringer, John F RM 

Barksdale, Edwin J Eff. 

Barrie, Donald FTLP 

Barron, Claude E Eff. 

Bearden, Steven D Eff. 

Beasley, James L RM 

Beck, Leo L RAM 

Beckham, R. O. Ill LOA 

Beeler, Thomas C FTLP 

Behling, Kibbie E Eff. 

BehUng, Richard O. Ill Eff. 

Beird, Sherman L Eff. 

Bell,Burnell FTLP 

Bell, Clark W RM 

Benge, Mark B Eff. 

Bengtson, Robert W Eff. 

Bergeron, Tommy R Eff. 

Berry, Edward L RAM 

Bevill, Lillard R Eff. 

Bevill, Woodrow W Eff. 

Billings, David PM 



N.W. Tx 1952 

Miss 1955 

La 1941 

La 1983 

La 1975 

Miss 1951 

La 1949 

La 

La 1970 

La 1953 

La 1975 

La 1948 

La 1983 

La 

S.N. Engl .... 1969 

La 1957 

La 

La 1951 

La 1949 

La 

La 1978 

La 1941 

La 1961 

Miss 1942 

S. Car 1966 

La 1979 

La 1938 

L Rock 

La 1976 

La 1980 

La 1977 

Detroit 1952 

Memphis . . . 1942 

La 1980 

La 1950 

La 1961 

La 

La 1961 

Miss 1953 

La 1979 



1959 
1959 
1943 

1978 
1953 
1951 

1974 
1955 
1978 
1951 



1970 
1972 
1961 

1955 
1951 

1981 
1943 
1964 
1946 

1969 
1982 
1938 



1982 

1960 

1945 
1984 
1952 
1963 

1963 
1955 



1952 
1955 
1942 
1962 
1975 
1959 
1948 
1973 
1970 
1953 
1975 
1951 
1970 



1969 
1958 
1971 
1954 
1951 
1956 
1978 
1943 
1961 
1942 
1970 
1966 
1979 

1965 
1976 

1980 
1977 
1952 
1972 
1945 
1980 
1952 
1961 
1942 
1961 
1955 
1979 



1959 1979 
1959 1958 
1943 1968 
1964 
1978 

1958 1954 
1950 

1974 
1955 
1978 
1954 



1970 1969 
1972 1971 
1961 



1980 



1980 



1955 

1952 

1958 1977 

1981 

1945 1970 

1964 1976 

1942 1946 

1969 1975 

1982 

1931 BPT38 1969 

1967 1969 1984 



1982 



1960 1975 



1971 



1947 1946 

1984 

1953 

1963 

1944 1981 

1963 

1957 1960 1982 



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Name Rel. 

Blackwood, Wallace P Eff. 

Blair, Burton F Eff. 

Blakely, G. Eldred RM 

Blakely, William C Eff. 

Blakeman, H. Warren Eff. 

Blount, Forest N. Jr LOA 

Blount, Henry C. Jr Eff. 

Boddie,W. D RM 

Bodie, Luther A RM 

Boggs, Leon A PM 

Bond, Beverly E RM 

Bowdon, J. Henry Jr Eff. 

Boyd, T. Edward Eff. 

Braden, John M Eff. 

Brannon, Carolyn P Eff. 

Branton, L. Ray Eff. 

Branton, R. R RM 

Brown, Joe Jr FTLP 

Brown, Robert N FTLP 

Brown, Tillman A RM 

Brown, Frieda M LOA 

Burgess, Robert L Eff. 

Burlew, George J RAM 

Cady, M. C Eff. 

Cain, A. Jerome RM 

Cain, Douglas L Eff. 

Calvin, George W. C Eff. 

Calvin, Richard W RM 

Campbell, Alonzo J Eff. 

Campbell, Fred W. RAM 

Campbell, Randal PM 

Cansler, H. P RLP 

Caraway, James J Eff. 

Caraway, Steven W Eff. 

Caraway, Stone W Eff. 

Carithers, Rose P RLP 

Carlson, Cathy S Eff. 

Carroll, Kenneth M. Eff. 

Carroll, Paul C. Jr PM 

Carroll, Paul C. Sr Eff. 

Carruth, Angus L Eff. 

Carter, Eddie RAM 

Carter, Paul W. Eff. 

Carter, Robert C RM 

Carter, Robert E RM 

Carter, Stephen P PM 

Casey, John H . RM 

Cassels, Wm. Paul RAM 

Childs, Howard B Eff. 

Chlastak, Franklin J. PM 

Christie, James E Eff. 

Christopher, O. W. RM 

Church, Percell FTLP 

Clark, Clyde S RM 

Clark-Dickens, Kathy A PM 

Clements, Mollie PM 

Coker, John C. Sr Eff. 

Coles, Rupert D Eff. 

Collins, Albert A RM 

Collins, Frank C RM 



Conf. 


Conf. 


Pro. 


F.C. 


Deac. 


Eld. 


Ret. 


N. Miss. . . 


.. 1956 


1958 


1958 


1961 


1961 




Miss 


.. 1968 


1970 


1968 


1970 


1974 




L.R 


. . 1940 


1942 


1942 


1944 


1951 


1978 


La 


.. 1956 


1959 


1957 


1959 






La 


.. 1956 


1959 


1958 


1959 






Miss 


. . 1958 


1961 


1958 


1961 


1960 




Miss 


. . 1951 


1955 


1954 


1955 


1953 




La 


.. 1941 


1943 


1942 


1943 




1983 


MP 


.. 1927 


1933 




1933 




1971 


La 


.. 1981 




1981 








La 


. . 1942 


1946 


1942 


1943 




1984 


La 


.. 1950 


1954 


1950 


1954 






La 


. . 1978 


1981 
1966 


1973 
1964 


1981 
1966 


1977 




La 


. . 1964 




La 


.. 1979 


1983 


1979 


1983 






La 


. . 1955 


1959 


1955 


1959 






La 


.. 1930 


1932 


1932 


1934 




1965 


MP 


.. 1936 


1938 




1938 




1973 


La 


.. 1981 




1981 








La 


. . 1970 


1973 


1970 


1973 






La 






(52) 


(54) 




1973 


La 


.. 1952 


1955 


1953 


1955 






La 


.. 1934 


1936 


1936 


1938 




1980 


La 


.. 1974 


1977 


1974 


1977 






La 


.. 1963 


1965 


1963 


1965 






La 


.. 1933 


1935 


1933 


1935 




1972 


La 


. . 1973 


1976 


1973 


1976 






La 






(57) 


(59) 




1976 


La 


.. 1984 




1984 




1984 




La 








1963 




1976 


La 


.. 1949 


1951 


1950 


1951 






La 


.. 1972 


1975 


1972 


1975 






La 


.. 1955 


1958 


1955 


1958 






La 






(45) 


{55) 




1968 


La 


.. 1976 


1979 


1976 


1979 






La 


.. 1974 


1978 


1974 


1978 






La 


.. 1980 




1980 








La 


.. 1959 


1961 


1960 


1961 






La 


.. 1949 


1952 


1952 


1953 






La 








1972 




1979 


Va 


.. 1965 


1967 


1959 


1961 


1966 




S.Ga 


.. 1938 


1941 


1941 


1942 


1949 


1979 


La 


.. 1958 


1960 


(54) 


(56) 




1984 


La 


. 1981 




1981 








La 


.. 1964 


1971 


1964 


1971 




1984 


La 






(51) 


(59) 




1976 


L. Rock . . 


.. 1954 


1957 


1956 


1957 


1980 




La 


.. 1977 




1977 








LR 


.. 1945 


1947 


1947 


1949 


1949 




La 


. . 1943 


1945 


1942 


1945 




1978 


Mo 


. . 1935 


1937 


1935 


1937 


1962 


1980 


La 


.. 1977 


1981 


1977 


1981 






La 


. . 1984 




1984 








La 


.. 1965 


1967 


1965 


1967 






C. Tex. . . . 


.. 1952 


1955 


1952 


1955 






La 


.. 1933 


1935 


1935 


1937 




1976 


La 


.. 1919 


1925 


1919 


1925 




1958 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



225 



CI. Name Rel. 

Conerly,AbeM RM 

Constable, James E Eff. 

Coody, Arby W RM 

Cook, Gary FTLP 

Cooke, Jack RM 

Cooke, R. Leonard RM 

Coppage, Louis M. Jr Eff. 

Corie, Finas P RM 

Corley, J. David Eff. 

Corley, Marvin H RM 

Corry, George H RM 

Cotten, C. J. T RM 

Cotton-Winn, Carole Eff. 

Cottrill, Donald C Eff. 

Crammer, Heaton B RM 

Crichlow, Robert B. Sr RM 

Crofoot, Raymond M Eff. 

Crosby, Thomas O Eff. 

Culligan,L.P Eff. 

Cunningham, Geo. B Eff. 

Cupples, John T. Jr FTLP 

Cyprian, Wesley FTLP 

Daigle, Jay V. FTLP 

Dampier, S. Burl RM 

Daniels, Nathan Eff. 

Dauphin, Kathryn PM 

Dauphin, Ronald D PM 

Davidson, James S AM 

Davis, Abraham E Eff. 

Davis, Douglas L LOA 

Davis, Wm. G. Sr FTLP 

Dawson, Dana Jr DisL 

Dean, Garland C. Jr Eff. 

Dear, Willis W Eff. 

Deen, Daniel R RM 

Degraffenried, Douglas Eff. 

DeLaughter, Raymond DisL 

Dickens, Van PM 

Dilworth, J. Edwin Eff. 

Douglas, Andrew J Eff. 

Douglas, Luman E RM 

Downs, John M Eff 

Draper, Melissa PM 

Drash, Deborah PM 

Duerson, Geo. A. Eff. 

Duke, Calvin Jeffrey Eff. 

Dunbar, Thomas A Eff. 

Durbin, B. Paul RM 

Durbin, Paul G Eff. 

Durham, Floyd M RM 

Dykes, D. L. Jr Eff. 

Eaker, Robert C RLP 

Edwards, Conrad P Eff. 

Edwards, Oakley E RM 

Einsel,AlanD Eff. 

Elliott, Gary L PM 

Ellzey, Howard D Eff. 



Conf. Pro. 

La 1956 

La 1969 

La 1939 

La 1941 

Rk. Riv 1940 

La 1954 

La 

La 1959 

La 1939 

La 1925 

MP 1930 

La 1970 

Tenn 1969 

La 1940 

La 1942 

La 1961 

Miss 1951 

La 1977 

La 1960 

La 1950 

La 1967 

La 1984 

La 1980 

La 

La 1958 

La 1970 

La 

La 1942 

La 1945 

La 1966 

La 1964 

La 

S.W. Tx 1962 

La 1978 

La 1966 

La 1971 

La 1935 

La 1976 

La 1984 

La 1982 

NYE 1959 

La 1979 

La 1971 

MP 1930 

La 1959 

N.Tx 1945 

La 1943 

La 1955 

La 1954 

Kan. W 1968 

La 1982 

Miss 1953 



F.C. Deac. 

1958 (54) 

1971 (59) 

1942 1942 



1943 
1942 
1956 

1963 
1945 
1927 
1933 
1972 
1972 
1944 
1944 
1964 
1953 
1984 
1962 



1952 
1969 



1961 
1973 

1944 
1949 
1970 
1966 
1984 
1963 

1974 
1979 
1937 
1980 



1962 
1983 
1974 
1932 
1962 
1950 
1945 

1958 
1956 
1970 

1956 



1942 
1942 
1954 
1950 
1961 
1945 
1927 

1970 
1969 
(44) 
(41) 
1952 
1951 
1977 
1960 



1971 
1952 
1967 
1984 
1980 
1967 
1959 
1970 
1977 
1942 
1949 
1966 
1952 

1962 
1978 
1966 
1971 
1937 
1976 
1984 
1982 

1959 
1979 
1971 

1960 
1949 
1944 

1955 
1954 
1968 
1982 
1953 



Eld. Trans. 

1956 
(64) 
1945 

1942 

1942 1942 

1956 

1951 

1963 

1947 

1932 

1933 

1972 

1972 1971 

(61) 

1944 

1954 

1953 1956 

1984 

1962 



1954 
1969 



1961 
1973 

1944 
1950 
1970 
1954 
1984 
1963 1975 

1974 
1979 
1939 
1980 



1962 1959 

1983 

1974 

1934 

1962 

1950 1950 

1945 

1958 
1954 
1970 1976 

1956 1956 



Ret. 

1981 

1980 

1984 
1978 

1983 

1971 
1961 
1965 



1981 
1984 



1981 



1974 



1975 



1967 
1982 
1976 
1984 



226 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



Name Rel. 

Emanuel, Samuel P RM 

Emler, Donald G Eff. 

Ennis, Ameal D RM 

Eubanks, Wm. I Eff. 

Evans, A. Wayne Eff. 

Evans, James Eff. 

Evans, Lawrence T PM 

Evans, Pearl W Eff. 

Fairley, J. Vernon Eff. 

Fant, Elmer Benjamin Eff. 

Felder, M. David RM 

Feske, Millicent C LOA 

Fike, Charles E RM 

Finnell, M. Eugene Eff. 

Finnin, William M. Sr RM 

Fisher, Kenneth M Eff. 

Fleming, Stephen C Eff. 

Flowers, Ira W RM 

Flowers, C. Wayne PM 

Floyd, Chas. L. Jr Eff. 

Flurry, Fred S RM 

Fogle, Joseph E Eff. 

Foreman, Douglas R Eff. 

Foreman, Glynn FTLP 

Forman, Brady B Eff. 

Fortuna, David PM 

Francis, Eddie FTLP 

Franklin, Adam RAM 

Fraser, Wm. P RM 

Frazier, Clyde C Eff. 

Friedrich, Roland K Eff. 

Fulkerson, Maurice D RM 

Fuller, Clarence G Eff. 

Gage, Henry Eff. 

Gaines, Kelso RM 

Galatas, Robert I Eff. 

Galloway, Benedict A RM 

Garrett, Roy L DisL 

Gilbert, Lawrence RM 

Ginn, Dewitt M Eff. 

Goldman, Major M Eff. 

Graham, James A Eff. 

Grant, R. Roy RAM 

Griffin, Bertrand Eff. 

Grove, Daniel M PM 

Hall, Blackmon RM 

Hall, Donald J Eff. 

Hamilton, J. D. V Eff. 

Hammond, Ester L Eff. 

Harbuck, Geo. W RM 

Harper, Jolly B RM 

Harrington, H. A. Jr Eff. 

Harrington, Robert F RM 

Harris, James T RM 

Harry, Richard H Eff. 

Hayes, Charles H RM 

Haynes, L. L Jr Eff. 



Conf. Pro. 

Miss 1942 

Mo. W 1961 

La 1976 

La 1957 

La 1973 

La 1956 

La 1977 

La 

La 1959 

Fla 1957 

La 1942 

La 1979 

N.Tx 1941 

La 1971 

La 1963 

La 1971 

La 1976 

La 1928 

Tx 

La 1971 

La 1938 

La 1960 

La 1976 

La 1951 

La 1983 

La 

La 

Tenn 1942 

Fla 1946 

La 1951 

La 1936 

La 1962 

La 1963 

La 1931 

La 1953 

La 1941 

La 1954 

La 1952 

La 1969 

La 1967 

La 1968 

La 

La 1962 

La 1981 

La 1943 

La 1961 

La 1958 

La 1977 

Tx 1939 

La 1931 

La 1963 

Tx 1937 

La 1926 

La 1954 

La 1930 

E. Tx 1940 



F.C. 

1944 
1963 
1980 
1962 
1980 
1959 

1984 
1962 
1961 
1944 
1981 
1942 
1974 
1965 
1974 
1980 
1930 

1974 
1940 
1962 
1980 

1953 



1943 
1948 
1953 
1938 
1964 
1965 
1935 
1957 
1943 
1957 
1957 
1970 
1970 
1971 

1964 

1945 
1963 
1961 
1981 
1942 
1933 
1967 
1939 
1928 
1956 
1933 
1948 



Deac. 

1944 
1961 
1961 
1958 
1973 
1957 
1977 

1961 
1957 
1944 
1979 

1971 
(59) 
1971 
1976 
1930 

1971 
1940 
1961 
1976 

1952 
1983 

1959 
1943 
1947 
1953 
1938 
1962 
1963 
1929 
1954 
1943 
1954 
1953 
1969 
1964 
1971 
(51) 
1962 
1973 
1940 
(61) 
1958 
1977 
1941 
1933 
1963 
1937 
1928 
1956 
1929 
1940 



Eld. Trans. 

1946 1946 

1963 1977 

1980 

1962 

1980 

1959 

1984 

1962 

1961 1984 

1946 

1981 

1968 
1974 
(61) 
1974 
1980 
1932 

1981 
1974 
1942 
1962 
1980 

1953 



(61) 
1943 1948 

1947 1948 
1955 
1940 
1964 
1965 
1935 
1957 
1945 
1957 
1957 
1970 
1970 

1971 
(53) 
1964 

1943 

1963 

1961 

1981 

1945 1945 

1935 

1967 

1939 1947 

1930 

1958 

1935 

1948 1960 



Ret. 

1980 

1980 



1979 
1979 
1979 

1969 

1978 



1984 
1983 



1978 

1954 
1983 
1975 

1975 
1969 



1982 
1974 



1983 
1971 



1974 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



227 



Name Rel. 

Hearn, J. W Eff. 

Hebert, Richard C Eff. 

Henderson, Freddie Eff. 

Henderson, Kathy H Eff. 

Henkel, C. Ed Eff. 

Henry, Willie L Eff. 

Herr, Cleveland B. Jr Eff. 

Hilbun, Jerry Eff. 

Hillard, Clarence L Eff. 

Hodges, A. S. Jr ,. Eff. 

Hodges, James E RM 

Hoffpauir, C. Richard Eff. 

Holden, David FTLP 

Holladay, Samuel S RM 

Holland, Albert FTLP 

Holley, Bonnie R RM 

Holt, Melvin Ray Eff. 

Hood, Boyd RAM 

Hoover, Joe A Eff. 

Hotalen, W. Earl RM 

House, Edwin H. Jr. Eff. 

Howe, Thomas Eff. 

Howe, Thomas FTLP 

Howell, H.C RAM 

Howes, Ted T RM 

Humphreys, Chas. B Eff. 

Humphreys, Jas. H Eff. 

Humphries, Richard PM 

Hurley, Albert S RM 

Hutson, Robert FTLP 

Irving, Sidney E DisL 

Jackson, Moses T. Sr Eff. 

Jacocks, Wm. M Eff. 

James, Jerry M Eff. 

Jefferson, Julius M Eff. 

Jennings, Lee C RAM 

Johns, H. L RM 

Johns, John R Eff. 

Johnson, Curtis PM 

Jones, James A RM 

Jones, James W Eff. 

Jones, Lael S Eff. 

Jones, Russell Eff. 

Jones, William L. Sr Eff. 

Jordan, Clinton A FTLP 

Joyner, Lea Travis Eff. 

Kelly, Steven PM 

Kilbourne, Kent A Eff. 

Kimble, Eldridge E AM 

Kitchen, Joe FTLP 

Koelemay, John B Eff. 

Kriner, Heide PM 

Krumnow, C. B RM 

Lafayette, Willie R AM 

Lancaster, Thomas M RM 

Langford, Chas. R Eff. 

Lankford, Frank C RM 

Lapuyade, Calvin O Eff. 

Larche, Lucien E Eff. 



1929 1929 1931 



Conf. Pro. F.C. Deac. 

La 1952 1955 1953 

La 1970 1973 1970 

La 1968 1970 1968 

La. 1978 1981 1978 

La 1952 1955 1953 

La *.-.. 1970 1973 1970 

La 1974 1977 1974 

Memphis ... 1974 1976 1972 

La 1977 1979 1977 

La 1971 1975 1971 

La 1960 1962 1960 

La 1957 1961 1958 

La 

La 1927 

La 1964 

M. Phil 1959 

La 1977 

Fla 1972 

Hols 1916 

La 1958 

S.W. Tex 

La 

La 

La 1936 

S. Ga 1961 

S. Ga 1961 

La 1984 

NYE 1930 

La ,.... 

La 1972 

La 1958 

La 1955 

S.Car 1973 

La 1981 

La 

La 1921 

La 1960 

La 1983 

MP 1927 

La 1963 

Miss 1946 

La 1971 

La 1967 

La 

MP 1939 

La 1984 

La 1972 

La 

La 

S.W. Tx 1940 1942 1942 

La 1983 

ME 1934 1936 1936 

La 1959 

La 1949 1951 1949 

La 1977 1980 1977 

La 1958 1960 (54) 

La 1959 1961 1959 

La 1953 1956 1953 



Eld. Trans. 

1955 

1973 

1970 

1981 

1955 

1973 

1977 

1976 1982 

1979 

1975 

1962 

1961 



Ret. 



1967 
1961 

1975 
1920 
1962 
1984 



1938 
1963 
1963 

1932 

1976 
1961 
1958 
1977 
1984 

1923 
1963 

1933 
1965 
1948 
1976 
1969 

1939 

1974 



1964 
1959 
1977 
1972 
1920 
1960 



(63) 
1938 
1961 
1961 
1984 
1930 

1972 
1958 
1955 
1974 
1981 
1962 
1923 
1960 
1983 

1963 
1948 
1971 
1967 
1973 

1984 
1972 



1967 
1961 1973 

1975 1975 

1942 1950 
1962 

1984 1982 

(65) 
1940 

1963 1963 
1963 1963 

1932 1943 

1976 

1961 

1958 

1977 1976 

1984 

1964 

1925 

1963 

1933 
1965 

1952 1950 
1976 
1969 

1939 

1974 



1945 1942 

1939 
(61) 
1951 
1980 
(56) 
1961 
1956 



1978 

1968 
1981 
1984 
1964 



1976 
1975 



1974 



1976 
1965 



1964 



1981 
1981 
1981 
1973 



228 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



Name Rel. 

Latham, Roger D Eff. 

Lavo, John FTLP 

Law, Ashley T RM 

Lawson, Timothy E Eff. 

Lawton, Bobby L Eff 

Layman, Brenda T Eff. 

Lee, John M Eff. 

Lee, Oakley RM 

Lilly, Sale T Eff. 

Locascio, John FTLP 

Logan, J. Thomas Eff. 

London, Wm. R, Jr Eff. 

Longfellow, Harold W AM 

Love, Ira A RM 

Lowe, Terral T Eff. 

Lueg, Carl F. Sr RM 

Lynch, W. O. Jr Eff 

Lyons, Denver D Eff. 

Maddin, J. Lawrence Eff. 

Malone I. Elmer RM 

Marcel, Lionel J AM 

Martin B. Joseph RM 

Martin, Carey A RM 

Martin, E.J Eff. 

Martin, Mark R Eff. 

Matthews, J. W. Jr RM 

Mayo, S. Alvin FTLP 

Mayo,Wm.F Eff. 

McClain,JoeW Eff. 

McConnell, Theresa LOA 

McCutcheon, Wm. M Eff. 

McDowell, Donald K Eff 

McElroy, Talmadge E Eff. 

McGowen, Dorothy M Eff. 

McGuire, Douglas L Eff 

McKeithen, J. Pierce RM 

McLaurin, Michael D Eff 

McLelland, James R Eff 

McVay, George A AM 

McLemore, Cage PM 

Mead, Fred A RM 

Means, Jerry A RM 

Meek, Richard R Eff. 

Meier, Mark W Eff. 

Melbert, Nathaniel P RM 

Merrill, Lynn W Eff. 

Merrill, Merlin W RM 

Messer, Glendon R RM 

Midyett, Jack H RM 

Milem, Lewis E DisL 

Miles, James C FTLP 

Miller, Robert R Eff. 

Miller, William J Eff. 

Miller, Larry G Eff. 

Milo, Howard L Eff. 

Milton, Willie D RM 

Milton, Wm. Spiller Eff. 

Mims, Cecil C RAM 

Mitchell, James PM 



Conf. Pro. 

La 1972 

La 

N. Miss 1927 

La 1974 

La 1952 

Fla. 1975 

La 1966 

Ky. 1929 

La 1952 

La 

La 1978 

La 1941 

Va 

MP 1926 

La 1956 

La 1932 

Al-W. Fl 1958 

Miss 1965 

S.W. Tx 1966 

La 1969 

La 

N. Ind 1935 

La 1962 

Tx 1973 

La 1977 

Tenn 1938 

La 1969 

La 1945 

La 1961 

La 1976 

Fla 1965 

La 1972 

AME 1930 

La 1973 

Maine 1944 

MP 1936 

La 1975 

N.Tx 1972 

La 

La 1984 

La 1953 

NC 1956 

La 1958 

N. Dak 1970 

Tex 1917 

La 1973 

N.Tx 1943 

La 1951 

La 1933 

W. Va 

N.Tx 1948 

La 1977 

La 1977 

La 1963 

La 1929 

L. Rock 1962 

La 

La 1982 



F.C. Deac. 

1975 1972 



Eld. Trans. 

1975 



1929 
1978 
1955 
1979 
1968 
1933 
1955 

1981 
1943 

1928 
1960 
1934 
1961 
1969 
1971 
1971 

1937 
1964 
1978 
1979 
1940 

1947 
1963 
1981 
1968 
1975 
1932 
1976 
1947 
1938 
1977 
1974 



1955 
1960 
1962 
1973 
1919 
1975 
1945 
1953 
1935 



1950 
1979 
1981 
1965 
1931 
1967 



1929 
1974 
1954 
1975 
(61) 
1933 
1954 

1978 
1941 

(58) 

1959 
1934 
1959 
1965 
1966 
(67) 
1971 
1937 
1962 
1973 
1977 
1940 
(65) 
1945 
1961 
1976 
1965 
1972 
1930 
1973 
1944 

1975 
1972 
(60) 
1984 
1953 
1956 
1958 
1970 
1919 
1973 
1943 
1952 
1935 
(58) 

1948 
1963 
1977 
1963 
1931 
1962 
(57) 
1982 



1931 
1978 
1955 
1979 
(63) 
1935 
1955 

1981 
1945 
(60) 
1928 
1961 
1936 
1961 
1969 
1971 
1971 

1939 
1964 
1978 
1979 
1941 

1947 
1963 
1981 
1968 
1975 
1932 
1976 
1944 
1938 
1977 
1974 
(65) 

1957 
1960 
1962 
1973 
1921 
1975 
1945 
1953 
1937 
(60) 

1950 
1979 
1981 
1967 
1933 
1967 
(59) 



1927 



1978 

1938 
1966 



1951 
1964 
1947 



1959 
1974 
1974 



1965 
1975 
1941 

1967 
1967 
1932 
1944 

1973 



1950 
1956 

1979 
1941 

1947 



1964 

1949 
1968 



1967 



Ret. 



1960 



1969 



1969 
1978 



1984 

1978 
1982 



1978 



1977 



1976 



1979 
1984 



1984 
1983 
1975 



1965 
1984 



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229 



Name Rel. 

Moch, A. L. M RLP 

Moore, Fred PM 

Moore, James W. Eff. 

Moreland, Byrl J Eff. 

Morgan, Donald R Eff. 

Morgan, Eddie E Eff. 

Morgan, J. P Eff. 

Morris, Virgil D RM 

Morris, Lewis M. Jr PTLP 

Mouser, Roy E Eff. 

Murray, Robert S RAM 

Myers, Allen E RLP 

Nance, Lester N Eff. 

Nash, Roy B Eff. 

Nelson, Judy PM 

Nichols, Randall K Eff. 

Nolan, Wm. E Eff. 

Norris, Alfred L Eff. 

Norris, Leslie P Eff. 

Norwood, Robert L LOA 

OT>ell,JackM Eff. 

O'Dell, Larry D Eff. 

Oldham, John R AM 

Olmsted, Lewis L Eff. 

Orphe, Martha PM 

Paine, Marshall C FTLP 

Parks, Wm. E Eff. 

Patton, Isaac A RM 

Pearce, George F. Jr RM 

Peeples, Wm. D Eff. 

Perry, Nathaniel P RM 

Peterson, Robert W AM 

Petty, Benjamin A Eff. 

Peyton, Robert L RM 

Pickens, Edward O Eff. 

Pickett, Henry E. Sr Eff. 

Pinkard, Collins D RM 

Pittman, Wm. R Eff. 

Pledger, William F RM 

Ploegsma, Helen Eff. 

Poledore, J. Miller RLP 

Pollar, Alfred Eff. 

Pomeroy, Webb D Eff. 

Poole, Daniel W RM 

Poole, James M Eff. 

Porter, Steven PM 

Poss, Asa R AM 

Potter, Robert L Eff. 

Pregeant, Wm. R Eff. 

Pyles, Jimmie D Eff. 

Quaid, Cleburne W RM 

Ramsey, W. Dwight Eff. 

Reed, Kenneth R Eff. 

Reid, William J RM 

Rhoads, Carl E. Ill Eff. 

Rhyan, Henry J RAM 

Richardson, C. Gerald Eff. 

Richardson, James A LOA 



Conf. 



Pro. 



La 1983 

Memphis ... 1960 

La 1951 

La 1977 

La 1957 

La 1969 

L.Rock 1928 

La 1981 

N.Tx 1946 

La 

N.Ark 1963 

Ohio 1963 

La 1983 

La 1974 

La 1955 

La 1961 

La 1962 

La 1979 

La 1975 

La 

La 1978 

La 1984 

La 1976 

La 1951 

La 1939 

La 1964 

W. Pa 1940 

La 

La 1943 

Miss 1943 

La 1961 

La 1965 

N.Ala 1938 

Penins 1965 

Guyarat 

La 1978 

Ga 1953 

La 1945 

La 1927 

La 1951 

La 1984 

L. Rock 

La 1954 

La 1960 

La 1969 

W.Okla 1941 

S.W. Tx 1971 

C. Tx 1952 

Okla 1931 

Memphis ... 1966 

La 

La 1978 

La 1974 



F.C. 



1963 
1953 
1981 
1961 
1973 
1931 

1948 



1970 
1966 

1977 
1958 
1963 
1964 

1982 
1979 

1981 



1979 
1953 
1941 
1967 
1942 

1944 
1945 
1963 
1967 
1947 
1968 
1938 
1982 

1955 
1947 
1929 
1954 



1958 
1963 
1971 
1943 
1972 
1954 
1933 
1968 

1982 
1982 



Deac. 

1956 
1983 
1961 
1953 
1977 
1957 
1969 
1931 
1981 
1946 
1958 

1969 

1983 
1974 
1956 
1961 
1962 

1979 
1975 

1978 
1984 
(60) 
1971 
1952 
1941 
1964 
1940 

1945 
1943 
1961 
1965 
1947 
1965 
1938 
1978 
1963 
1952 
1946 
1929 
1952 
1984 

1954 
1960 
(60) 
1941 
1971 
1953 
1933 
1966 
1943 
1978 
1974 



Eld. Trans. 

1956 

1963 1972 

1954 

1981 

1961 1977 

1973 

1933 1931 

1948 1948 
1960 

1961 1961 

1970 1969 

1966 1965 

1977 
1958 
1963 
1964 

1982 
1979 

1981 



1979 
1953 
1942 
1967 
1942 



Ret. 

1970 



1973 



1978 
1973 



1964 
1977 

1953 



1947 
1977 
1966 

1968 
1969 



1947 
1945 
1963 
1967 
1952 
1968 
1938 
1982 
1966 
1955 
1946 
1931 
1954 



1966 1974 

1958 

1963 

1971 

1942 1942 

1972 1974 

1954 1972 

1935 1946 

1968 1976 

1948 

1982 

1982 



1982 
1982 

1979 

1983 

1978 
1975 
1972 

1973 



1979 

1973 
1977 



230 



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Name Rel. 

Richardson, Linn Eff. 

Risinger, Donald M RM 

Roberts, Houston Eff. 

Robertson, Larry D Eff. 

Robertson, Minns S RM 

Robinson, Ira M Eff. 

Robinson, Joe H RM 

Rogers, Jay R LOA 

Roper, Charles PM 

Rorie, Kenneth G RM 

Ross, Robert D Eff. 

Rountree, Joe L AM 

Rowell, Wm. A. Jr Eff. 

Rowland, Robert G Eff. 

Sadler, John PM 

Sanfiel, Juan RLP 

Sanfiel, Marta PM 

Sayes, John RAM 

Scarf, John E Eff. 

Schaub, James Eff. 

Schwendimann, Fred W RM 

Scott, Herbert M Eff. 

Scott-Welch, J. R Eff. 

Sewell, John H RM 

Sewell, John H. Jr Eff. 

Shaw, Clyde T RM 

Shaw, L. Grafton RLP 

Shaw.Wm.B RM 

Shearer, John B RM 

Sherman, George H. Jr Eff 

Shirley, Fred O Eff. 

Sibley, Lonnie B Eff. 

Sibley, P. W RLP 

Simmons, Chas. B Eff. 

Simmons, W. Odell Eff. 

Simon, Dan FTLP 

Sirman, William V RM 

Sloan, Mary PM 

Sloane, Bentley RM 

Small, Caesar D RM 

Smith, Bernard AM 

Smith, Herbert Austin AM 

Smith, James A RAM 

Smith, S. Kemper Eff. 

Smith, Theodore J RM 

Smith, Woodrow W Eff. 

Smith-Duke, Barbara Eff. 

Snelling, Clarence H. Jr Eff. 

Solomon, Joe D FTLP 

Southall, Obie J PTLP 

Spiller, RayR Eff. 

Spinks, OtisW RM 

Spitzkeit, James W Eff. 

Spurlock, Steven M Eff. 

Squyres, Rex RM 

Stafford, R. Larry Eff. 

Stage, Frank M. Jr RM 

Standley, Theo. S Eff. 

Stapleton, Oliver C RM 



Conf. Pro. 

La 1979 

C. Tex 1935 

La 

La 1959 

La 1936 

La 1956 

L.Rock 1942 

La 1976 

La 1983 

St. Louis .... 1947 

La 1976 

La 

La 1967 

La 1972 

La 1982 

Cuba 1946 

La 1983 

La 

La 1972 

La 

L.Rock 1939 

Miss 1964 

La 1974 

La 1941 

La 1974 

La 1942 

La 

MP 1939 

Miss 1925 

La 1962 

N. Ga 1951 

L.Rock 1957 

La 

La 1972 

La 1963 

La 

La 1949 

La 1983 

La 1933 

La 1930 

La 

La 

La 

La 

La 1954 

Tx 1951 

La 1982 

La 1947 

La 1964 

La 1928 

La 1946 

La 1977 

MP 1935 

La 1970 

N.Ark 1945 

N. Miss 1973 

N.W.Tex. ... 1928 



F.C. 

1983 


Deac. 

1979 


Eld. 

1983 


Trans. 


Ret. 


1937 
1984 


1937 


1939 
1984 


1939 


1975 


1961 


1959 


1961 






1938 


1938 


1940 




1983 


1958 


1956 


1958 






1944 


1944 
1976 


1946 


1953 


1975 


1949 


1948 
1976 
1973 


1949 


1949 


1984 


1972 


1967 


1972 






1975 


1972 
1982 


1975 






1949 


1949 
1983 


1950 


1979 


1984 




(57) 


(59) 




1982 


1974 




1972 






1984 




1984 






1941 


1941 


1943 




1979 


1966 


1964 


1966 


1978 




1980 


1974 


1980 






1943 


1942 


1942 




1979 


1977 


1974 


1977 






1944 


1944 


1946 




1976 




(51) 


(53) 




1967 


1945 


1945 


1947 




1980 


1927 


1927 


1929 


1947 


1969 


1966 


1962 


1966 






1953 


1953 


1954 


1954 




1959 


1957 


1959 


1961 






(54) 


(64) 




1967 


1976 


1972 


1976 






1965 


1963 


1965 






1952 


1951 
1983 


1952 




1979 


1935 


1935 


1937 




1973 


1932 


1930 
1953 
1978 


1932 
1955 




1967 




1945 


1959 




1974 


1984 




1984 






1956 


1954 


1956 




1980 


1954 


1952 


1954 


1977 




1984 


1982 


1984 






1949 


1948 
1977 


1949 






1968 


1964 


1968 






1934 


1934 


1936 




1966 


1949 


1946 


1948 






1980 


1973 


1980 






1938 




1938 




1973 


1975 


1970 


1975 






1947 


1946 


1947 


1954 


1981 


1975 


1973 


1975 


1975 




1930 


1930 


1932 


1943 


1947 



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231 



Name Rel. 

Stegall, William G RAM 

Stewart, Henry L RM 

Stokes, Wm. M. Jr Eff. 

Stout, Ned L RM 

Stovall, Charles FTLP 

Stovall, James L Eff. 

Streams, Louis L LOA 

Stringfield, Mickey D Eff. 

Strozier, J. David AM 

Sylvest, Edwin W. Sr RM 

Tatum, Eskel L RM 

Taylor, A. G RM 

Taylor, Craig LOA 

Taylor, J. Roddy Eff. 

Taylor, Luther W Eff. 

Taylor, Robert E Eff. 

Taylor, Robert S RM 

Taylor, Wayne Eff. 

Taylor, William C PM 

Terry, ByrdL Eff. 

Thomas, Edward R RM 

Thomas, George L Eff. 

Thompson, L. Deen Eff. 

Tohline, Daniel W Eff. 

Tooke, Karl B RM 

Townsend, Robert FTLP 

Townsend, Robert E Eff. 

Trammell-Kelly, Jayne PM 

Transpers, Roger L Eff. 

Trickett, David G Eff. 

Trickett, James A Eff. 

Turnage, Melvin J Eff. 

Van Hoosen, Jerry PM 

Van Horn, Gary L Eff. 

Vining, John L Eff. 

Vining, Kirby A Eff. 

Wade, Gilbert H. Jr Eff. 

Wade, Leland Dewitt Eff. 

Wagener, Robert J Eff. 

Walker, M. Roily Eff. 

Walker, Samuel W RM 

Walton, Richard E RM 

Warren, Hulen C Eff. 

Warren, Ramon PM 

Washington, Charles Eff. 

Watson, Grayson B Eff. 

Webb, Donald A Eff. 

Weber, Theodore R Eff. 

Wendt,W. R RM 

Wesley, Marshall AM 

Wesley, Paul L LOA 

Wesley, Velma Ruth FTLP 

Wethers, Carl T RM 

White, Clarence B RM 

Whitley, John G Eff. 

Wideman, Fred B Eff. 

Wilkes, J. Monroe AM 

Williams, Douglas T. Jr Eff. 

Williams, J. W Eff. 



Conf. Pro. 

La 

La 1960 

Miss 1949 

La 1943 

La 

La 1943 

La 1963 

La 1970 

La 

La 1941 

La 1941 

La 1940 

La 

La 1971 

La 1953 

La 1952 

La 1931 

NC 1978 

La 1977 

La 1959 

NES 1945 

La 1960 

La 1962 

La 1951 

La 1937 

La 

La 1969 

La 1984 

Miss 1951 

La 1972 

La 1972 

La 

La 1981 

La 1969 

S.Ga 1972 

La 1953 

La 1962 

N.W. Ind. ... 1964 

W. NY 1974 

La 1977 

La 1949 

ME 1934 

La 1975 

La 1982 

La 1976 

La 1962 

W. Ohio 1961 

La 1947 

ME 1922 

La 

La 1978 

La 

La 1930 

La 1927 

La 1980 

La 1976 

La 

La 1970 

Det 1963 



F.C. Deac. 

(54) 
1965 1956 
1951 1950 
1945 1944 



1946 
1966 
1973 

1941 
1943 
1943 

1975 
1955 
1955 
1934 
1984 

1961 
1947 
1971 
1965 
1960 
1939 

1972 

1953 
1981 
1975 
1984 

1971 
1975 
1955 
1964 
1968 
1977 
1980 
1951 
1937 
1979 

1980 
1964 
1963 
1950 
1924 



1933 
1929 
1983 
1980 

1975 
1965 



1944 
1963 
1970 
(64) 

1942 
1943 

1971 
1952 
1953 
1934 
1978 
1977 
1961 
1946 
1960 
1962 
1952 
1939 

1969 
1984 
1948 
1972 
1971 

1981 
1969 
1972 
1954 
1962 
1964 
1974 
1977 
1951 
1937 
1975 
1982 
1976 
1962 
1961 
1949 
1924 
1958 
(68) 

1930 
1929 
1980 
1976 
1978 
1970 
1963 



Eld. Trans. 

(56) 

1958 

1951 1957 

1945 

1944 
1966 
1973 

(66) 

1943 
1944 

1975 
1955 
1955 
1935 
1984 1982 

1962 

1947 1948 

1971 

1965 

1960 

1941 

1972 

1953 1952 
1981 
1975 
1984 

1971 

1975 1979 

1956 

1964 

1968 1968 

1977 1979 

1980 

1953 

1939 

1979 

1980 

1964 

1963 1977 

1950 

1926 

1960 



1933 
1931 
1983 
1980 

1975 
1965 



Ret. 

1975 
1976 

1983 



1962 
1980 
1980 



1973 



1982 



1972 



1984 
1976 



1963 



1972 
1964 



232 



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Name Rel. 

Williams, John N Eff. 

Williams, Marie P LOA 

Williams, Robert Eff. 

Williams, Nathaniel P Eff. 

Williamson, Harvey G Eff. 

Williamson, Stephen Eff. 

Willis, Terry C Eff. 

Willis, Wm. H Eff. 

Willson, William G Eff. 

Wilson, James E Eff. 

Wilson, James W RM 

Wilson, L. Gray RM 

Wilson, Thomas A AM 

Wimberly, Lorris M LOA 

Winegeart, Jack S Eff. 

Wineinger, Donald E RM 

Winn, Carol Susan Eff. 

Winn, John M. Jr Eff. 

Woodland, J. P. Jr Eff. 

Woodward, James R Eff. 

Worthy, Walter C Eff. 

York, George D RM 



Conf. Pro. 

La 1972 

Fla 1973 

La 1964 

La 1951 

C. Tx 1945 

La 1979 

La 1971 

La 1980 

R. Mt 1955 

Ky 1961 

La 1951 

LR 1949 

La 

La 1969 

N.Ark 1952 

La 1941 

La 1976 

La 1953 

La 1951 

Tx 1949 

La 1960 

N. Miss 1936 



F.C. 


Deac. 


Eld. 


Trans. 


Ret. 


1976 


1972 


1976 






1976 


1973 


1976 


1973 




1966 


1964 


1966 






1953 


1951 


1953 






1947 


1946 


1947 


1950 




1981 


1979 


1981 






1975 


1969 


1975 






1983 


1980 


1983 






1958 




1958 


1958 




1964 


1961 


1964 


1969 




1953 


1940 


1945 




1980 


1952 


1968 




1953 


1976 


1972 


1969 


1972 






1954 


1952 


1954 


1954 




1941 


1941 


1942 




1979 


1979 


1976 


1979 






1955 


1953 


1955 






1955 


1952 


1955 






1951 


1949 


1951 


1981 




1963 




1960 






1938 


1938 


1940 


1944 


1976 



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CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 




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Alex. Horseshoe Driv. 

Newman 

St. Marks 

Trinity 


Tracy R. Arnold 
John M. Lee 
Alonzo Campbell 
Alonzo Campbell 
Charles L.Floyd Jr. 


1747 
544 
321 
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7 
3 
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41 
9 
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10 
6 
8 




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9 
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1795 
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325 
61 
399 


465 
215 
160 
30 
80 


25 
13 
6 
5 


325 
91 
57 
20 


48 
50 
1 
4 


1 


6 
7 
8 
9 

10 


MacArthur Drive 
Wilton 
Wesley 
Clear Creek 
Ball 


Charles L Floyd Jr. 
Charles L. Washington 
Charles L. Washington 
Jon Tellifero 
Jon Tellifero 


45 
125 
83 
37 
69 


5 
4 


2 

4 










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3 

2 


1 
1 
5 
3 


49 
127 
77 
33 
69 


12 
50 
45 
25 
35 


4 
6 
1 
2 


10 
22 
20 
8 


16 
6 
6 




12 
13 
14 

15 


Springhill 

Bethel 

First UMC Boyce 

Lahey Chapel 

Sieper 


Jon Tellifero 
John R. Sayes 
Jennie Pickett Jones 
Jennie Picket Jones 
Jennie Picket Jones 


7 
86 
100 
14 
13 


6 

3 


2 


1 




2 


2 


2 


9 


1 


7 
74 
97 
22 
16 


12 
45 
37 
15 
10 


3 


11 


40 




16 
17- 
18 

19 
20 


Union 
Macedonia 
David Haas Mem. 
Evergreen 
White's Chapel 


Herbert Green 
Herbert Green 
Larry O' Dell 
Larry 0' Dell 
Larry O'Dell 


70 
12 
230 
33 
25 


3 


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5 


7 


12 


5 
1 


3 


1 
6 


71 
12 
205 
31 
24 


60 
9 

81 
16 
10 


1 


18 
3 
8 






21 
22 

23 

24 
25 


Wesley Booneville 

Marshall 

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St. Marks Melder 

Colfax 


HurveySweazieJr. 
HurveySweazieJr. 
HurveySweazieJr. 
Hurvey Sweazie Jr. 
Leon A. Boggs 


200 
26 
37 
14 

209 


7 


1 


2 








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5 
2 


3 
4 


193 
20 
37 
14 

217 


150 
15 
10 
12 
75 


8 
5 


52 
27 


12 




26 
27 
28 

29 
30 


Hollins Chapel 
First Glenmora 
Fellowship 
Forest Hill 
Melder 


Leon A. Boggs 
Fred B. Moore 
Fred B. Moore 
Fred B. Moore 
Fred B. Moore 


28 
143 

31 
17 


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1 










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1 
5 


28 
145 
85 
30 

17 


15 
45 

43 

7 
12 




15 
3 


13 
2 




31 
32 
33 
34 

35 


Nolley Memorial 
Belah 
Jonesville 
Lecompte 
Bayou Chicot 


Paul C. Carroll Sr. 
Paul C. Carroll Sr. 
Sherman L. Beird 
John M. Downs 
John M. Downs 


405 
27 
172 
136 
21 


10 
6 

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5 
3 


10 
2 








10 

2 

3 


1 
4 


9 

2 

4 


410 
38 
165 
131 
18 


175 
33 
56 
40 

8 


15 
2 
1 
2 


56 
5 

19 
12 
12 


40 
5 

41 
5 




36 
37 
38 

39 
40 


Cheneyville 
Marksville 
Oak Grove 
Simmesport 
Marthaville 


John M. Downs 
Richard L. Behling 
Richard L. Behling 
Richard L. Behling 
Abe M. Conerly 


26 
95 
132 
48 
19 


5 


2 
3 


1 




7 
2 


7 
2 

1 


2 
4 
3 
8 


6 

7 
9 

1 


1 
8 


24 
80 

115 
35 
18 


15 
35 
35 
18 
14 


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41 
42 
43 
44 

45 


Beulah 
Robeline 
Montgomery 
Mt. Zion 
Atlanta 


Abe M. Conerly 
Abe M. Conerly 
Robert E. Hollis 
Robert E. Hollis 
Robert E. Hollis 


50 
7 
78 
64 
69 




2 


2 








4 


1 
2 


2 
2 
2 


48 
5 
76 
63 
65 


24 
5 
31 
29 
18 




4 


5 

4 




46 
47 
48 
49 
50 


St. Maurice 
Mt. Zion 
Emmanuel 
St. Paul/Campti 
St. Paul/Cheneyville 


Robert M. Hollis 
Alex Johnson 
Alex Johnson 
Alex Johnson 
Alex Johnson 


8 
32 
35 
22 
22 


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4 










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9 
32 
34 

25 
22 


18 
25 
30 
24 
23 


1 


2 
21 

7 
6 

7 


5 




51 
52 
53 
54 
55 


Asbury 

Williams Chapel 
St. Marks 
College Avenue 
Campti 


Dan C. Simon 
Dan C.Simon 
Dan C. Simon 
J. Ryan Horton 
J. Ryan Horton 


157 
24 
9 
58 
25 


3 








2 


2 








160 
24 

7 
57 
24 


100 

20 

6 

40 

15 


2 

1 


24 

11 
4 


9 
17 


1 


56 
57 
58 
59 

60 


First/Natchitoches 

Oak Grove 

Olla 

Tullos 

Palestine 


C. Richard Hoffpauir 
Martin Corie 
Stephen R. Williamson 
Stephen R. Williamson 
James Jones 


1014 

100 

137 

9 

413 


15 
2 


26 
5 


10 








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15 


2 
2 

4 


10 

2 
2 


1036 

100 

136 

8 


376 
40 
56 
6 

106 


10 
2 
2 


192 
10 
48 


45 


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61 

62 
63 
64 
65 


Pleasant Grove 
First/Pineville 
Pollock 
Selma 
Liberty Chapel 


James Jones 
Hugh L. Baker 
L. James Lowe 
L. James Lowe 
L. James Lowe 


62 
878 
136 

20 

44 


7 
3 
1 


12 
6 


3 
2 


5 


2 
5 


2 
5 
5 


11 


4 


2 

7 
2 


58 
878 
140 
21 
38 


12 
250 
72 
14 

15 


9 
6 


8 

193 

15 

4 


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7 
2 
3 


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66 
67 
68 
69 
70 


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Jolly B. Harper 
Jolly B. Harper 
Minns S. Robertson 
Minns S. Robertson 
Grayson B. Watson 


51 
33 
80 
41 
459 


4 
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3 
2 
9 


4 
6 


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4 


4 


2 
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8 


8 

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3 


2 
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48 
38 
73 
36 
465 


45 
22 
45 
21 
177 


5 
4 

5 


6 
54 


5 
5 




71 
72 
73 


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Grayson B. Watson 
Richard 0. Teeter 
William F. Mayo 


31 
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23 


12 
12 




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10096 


142 


150 


106 


10 


43 


53 


132 


114 


149 


10046 


3914 


155 


1427 


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286 






15 


3 


12 


7 


17 


39 


32 
















45000 
25000 






3800 




16 
17 


12 


21 


15 


34 


82 


47 


48 


62 








47 


346 


1031814 
44000 


118699 


12912 
1421 


8170 




18 
19 




























10000 




17252 






20 


! 8 


16 


12 


20 


56 


48 


30 


17 




70 








35000 










21 














15 






2 


550 


10 


140 


3000 


2500 


15750 


500 


2700 


22 














25 






19 








10000 




2000 






23 














12 














10000 










24 


20 


24 


13 


60 


117 


44 


6 


6 


6 










226000 


97000 


8428 






25 


3 


7 


2 


10 


22 


13 




8 












55000 




950 






26 


9 


25 


14 


39 


87 


39 












15 


469 


179000 


52000 


621 


31633 




27 


5 


6 


6 


13 


30 


20 












18 


251 


118000 
50600 
10000 




5203 






28 
29 
30 


I 22 


55 


40 


120 


237 


135 


75 


65 


6 


30 


300 


42 


282 


600000 


95000 


50000 






31 


5 


14 


4 


18 


41 


28 


15 




6 










60000 




25000 






32 


10 


38 


12 


38 


98 


32 


10 


23 


1 






10 


312 


246000 


100000 


3559 


13973 




33 


11 


16 


6 


16 


49 


16 




7 












127000 
58000 


91000 


17927 
6739 






34 

35 




























35000 




5451 






36 


3 


8 


1 


8 


20 


9 




6 




8 


1000 


20 


230 


109000 


57000 


7049 


9803 




37 


5 


18 




10 


33 


20 
















160000 
38000 
85000 


25000 
32500 
42000 


19200 
2863 






38 

39 
40 




























80000 




11000 






41 




























9000 










42 


3 


5 




9 


17 


8 




6 








11 


380 


108900 


19000 


21074 






43 


4 


4 


8 


14 


30 


14 


4 


3 












50000 




13864 






44 


4 


15 


3 


12 


34 


16 


3 














121000 




688 






45 


3 


6 


4 


9 


22 


13 




3 












18000 




3709 






46 


4 


5 


12 


25 


46 


28 










150 
3000 


9 

7 


300 


3500 
28000 










47 
48 


3 


9 


6 




18 


26 










1300 


8 




6500 


1000 








49 


3 


11 


6 


12 


32 


23 










1200 


6 


200 


4500 










50 


6 


20 


6 


6 


38 


22 


18 














120000 
11700 
18000 


50000 








51 
52 
53 


6 


12 


1 


28 


47 


25 


12 










18 


200 


173000 


50000 








54 


2 


3 




8 


13 


8 
















36000 










55 


29 


126 


62 


219 


436 


232 


57 


276 


14 


54 


525 


121 


3230 


2670000 


180000 


79174 


506190 




56 


4 


8 


1 


10 


23 


19 


8 














235000 


85000 


28000 






57 


9 


20 


8 


32 


69 


41 


34 


2 


2 






12 


107 


250000 
6000 


60000 


12465 






58 
59 


16 


45 


22 


55 


138 


50 


35 


20 




20 




35 




317000 


38100 


3884 


49465 




60 




























35000 










61 


52 


134 


45 


195 


426 


154 


60 


17 


1 


30 


3611 


55 


2862 


1275000 


92000 


129016 


30000 




62 


11 


17 


21 


32 


81 


39 


23 


44 


1 






18 


490 


105000 


49000 


7100 






63 


2 


4 




15 


21 


12 


12 


14 












46000 










64 


3 


4 


7 


10 


24 


13 


10 


17 












65000 




25000 






65 


7 


25 


4 


16 


52 


40 




90 


4 










50000 
30000 










66 
67 


5 


9 


9 


17 


40 


18 






2 










205400 


86100 








68 


3 


6 




15 


24 


18 












11 


36 


105000 




10174 






69 


25 


48 


31 


104 


208 


120 


75 


86 


9 


30 


500 


57 


168 


695500 


108000 


67915 






70 




























26000 




3103 






71 




























30000 




2798 






72 




























260000 


160000 








73 


550 


1245 


612| 


1916 


4323 


2067 


785 


1094 


84 


419 


13921 


971 


16251 


16721054 


2081399 


872355 


869162 


2700 







































240 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



ALEXANDRIA 



LOCAL CHURCH EXPENDITURES 


MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 










f£ 






Local Church 






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Church and Charge 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38a 


38b 


39a 


39b 


39c 


40a 


40b 


40c 


41a 


41b 


41c 


1 


Alexandria, First 


39845 


270921 


17366 


140305 


53739 


33500 


33500 


29777 


29777 


63277 


2400 


2400 


4800 


4200 


8052 


12252 


2 


Alex. Horseshoe Driv. 


37761 


2912 


2685 


5441 


2884 


22860 


22860 






22860 


2740 




2740 


4400 




4400 


3 


Newman 




1572 


500 


8580 


2370 


9700 


9700 






9700 


1825 




1825 


1355 




1355 


4 


St. Marks 




858 


220 


1200 


250 


3269 


3269 






3269 


168 




168 


530 




530 


5 


Trinity 




111 


2940 


21079 


10218 


12828 


12828 






12828 


995 




995 


2400 




2400 


5 


MacArthur Drive 








766 


44 


3754 


3754 






3754 


572 




572 


1500 




1500 


7 


Wilton 






500 


3200 




4706 


4706 






4706 


1320 




1320 


494 




494 


8 


Wesley 




1200 


275 


2400 




4680 


4680 






4680 


180 




180 


520 




52Q 


9 


Clear Creek 




410 


99 


1267 




1400 


1400 






1400 














10 


Ball 




300 


352 


3257 


1656 


1420 


1420 






1420 


1460 




1460 


1320 




1320 


11 


Springhill 




562 




206 


60 


415 


415 






415 


80 




80 


290 




290 


12 


Bethel 






396 


2477 


828 


4000 


4000 






4000 


600 




600 


800 




800 


13 


First UMC Boyce 




894 


351 


2453 


707 


5180 


5180 






5180 


1200 




1200 


2100 




2100 


14 


Lahey Chapel 




2706 




855 


49 


1800 


1800 






1800 


120 




120 


180 




180 


15 


Sieper 




3030 


155 


905 


485 


1140 


1140 






1140 


480 




480 


480 




480 


16 


Union 


780 


750 


300 


903 




1800 


1800 






1800 








80 




80 


17 


Macedonia 












720 


720 






720 














18 


David Haas Mem. 


4306 


36951 


2491 


21606 


6660 


13200 


13200 






13200 


2400 




2400 


2850 




285C 


19 


Evergreen 




1785 




706 


235 


1650 


1650 






1650 








750 




750 


20 


White's Chapel 




496 




379 


1395 


1500 


1500 






1500 








600 




600 


21 


Wesley Booneville 


80 


3371 


850 


1760 




3972 


3972 






3972 


300 




300 


300 




300 


22 


Marshall 




198 


50 


70 




480 


480 






480 








50 




50 


23 


Simpson 






48 


320 




636 


636 






636 


72 




72 


72 




72 


24 


St. Marks Melder 








300 




360 


360 






360 


30 




30 


30 




30 


25 


Colfax 




11537 


1270 


6481 


1750 


9200 


9200 






9200 


2300 




2300 


2700 




2700 


26 


Hollins Chapel 




179 


68 


895 


370 


850 


850 






850 


400 




400 


750 




750 


27 


First Glenmora 


4854 


4206 


1262 


5199 


2061 


4088 


4088 






4088 


2112 




2112 


2580 




2580 


28 


Fellowship 


166 


3160 


1252 


2860 


2308 


2754 


2754 






2754 


644 




644 


1614 




1614 


29 


Forest Hill 




1408 




658 


512 


1134 


1134 






1134 


409 




409 


850 




850 


30 


Melder 








212 


220 


360 


330 






330 














31 


Nolley Memorial 




27444 


3877 


32739 


22274 


21600 


21600 






21600 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


32 


Belah 




3416 


318 


892 


625 


3000 


3000 






3000 














33 


Jonesville 


5734 


59 


1176 


7175 


1340 


11400 


11400 






11400 


4200 




4200 


2400 




240C 


34 


Lecompte 




866 


500 


4750 


1394 


9600 


9600 






9600 


1000 




1000 


3000 




3000 


35J 


Bayou Chicot 




559 




1168 


280 


2400 


2400 






2400 














36 


Cheneyville 




1210 




752 


661 


1250 


1250 






1250 


610 




610 


720 




720 


37 


Marksville 


7300 


252 


764 


1760 


263 


5591 


5591 






5591 


960 




960 


1680 




168C 


38 


Oak Grove 




1614 


730 


2810 


347 


3645 


3645 






3645 


960 




960 


1680 




1680 


39 


Simmesport 




5091 


91 


1025 


110 


2124 


2141 






2141 


480 




480 


840 




840 


40 


Marthaville 




1198 




866 




2100 


2100 






2100 








900 




900 


41 


Beulah 




2900 




796 




2000 


2000 






2000 


700 




700 


600 




600 


42 


Robeline 








451 




504 


504 






504 








1236 




1236 


43 


Montgomery 




8971 


91 


4837 


710 


5717 


5717 






5717 


1200 




1200 


2000 




2000 


44 


Mt. Zion 




1874 


140 


1002 


121 


2689 


2689 






2689 














45 


Atlanta 




6960 


139 


1149 


660 


2832 


2832 






2832 








300 




300 


46 


St. Maurice 




950 




495 


34 


1075 


1075 






1075 


115 




115 








47 


Mt. Zion 




1500 


400 


450 




1200 


1200 






1200 








150 




150 


48 


Emmanuel 




123 


500 


500 




1000 


1000 






1000 








150 




150 


49 


St. Paul/Campti 




1500 


400 


400 




800 


800 






800 


100 




100 


125 




125 


50 


St. Paul/Cheneyville 




3000 


300 


625 




900 


900 






900 


125 




125 


150 




150 


51 


Asbury 






1000 


3000 




7597 


7597 






7597 


200 




200 


200 




200 


52 


Williams Chapel 






120 


125 




960 


960 






960 








130 




130 


53 


St. Marks 






172 


120 




960 


960 






960 








130 




130 


54 


College Avenue 




4713 


198 


3682 


470 


2200 


2200 






2200 


2400 




2400 


2100 




2100 


55 


Campti 




2192 


60 


1815 


401 


3000 


3000 






3000 


100 




100 








56 


First/Natchitoches 


15367 


184063 


12128 


32991 


23267 


25800 


25800 


5775 


5775 


31575 


4600 


1400 


6000 


4600 


2450 


7050 


57 


Oak Grove 




13288 


869 


3896 


1336 


10417 


10417 






10417 


882 




882 


2318 




2318 


58 


Olla 


8698 


12846 


1121 


10664 


1232 


9200 


9200 






9200 


2125 




2125 


2075 




2075 


59 


Tullos 




58 




206 


60 


604 


604 






604 


496 




496 








60 


Palestine 


11768 


3474 


3677 


24050 


711 


12400 


13772 






13772 


2100 




2100 


3800 




3800 


61 


Pleasant Grove 






18 


1441 


110 


990 


990 






990 


330 




330 


660 




660 


62 


First/Pineville 


19706 


20369 


19475 


77626 


10760 


24000 


24000 






24000 


2600 




2600 


4200 




4200 


63 


Pollock 




781 


835 


3288 


971 


6664 


6664 






6664 


720 




720 


700 




700 


64 


Selma 




106 


117 


607 


360 


1200 


1200 






1200 








600 




600 


65 


Liberty Chapel 




882 


159 


588 


241 


1640 


1640 






1640 








700 




700 


66 


Provencal 






600 


860 


200 


3600 


3600 






3600 


1200 




1200 


1200 




1200 


67 


Weaver 




500 




176 


25 


1800 


1800 






1800 


600 




600 


600 




600 


68 


Justice Memorial 




3151 


510 


5600 


2840 


5600 


5600 






5600 


2025 




2025 


2874 




2874 


69 


Urania 




3678 


216 


1926 


1152 


2897 


2897 






2897 


375 




375 


1326 




1326 


70 


First/Winnfield 




32309 


6191 


42363 


13703 


17400 


17400 






17400 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


71 


Couley 




233 




735 


124 


900 


900 






900 








300 




300 


72 


Eden 








679 




1000 


1000 






1000 








300 




300 


73 


Alexandria District 












33000 


33000 






33000 


2400 




2400 


5770 




5770 




TOTAL 


156365 


712313 


90322 


616840 


175583 


408612 


409971 


35552 


35552 


445523 


61210 


3800 


65010 


92709 


10502 


103211 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



241 



Statistical Table No. 2 



MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 


C0NNECTI0NAL ADMINISTRATION FUNDS 


Other Than Local Church 


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44a 


44b 


45a 


45b 


46a 


46b 


47a 


47b 


49a 


49b 


50a 


50b 


51a 


51b 


52a 


52b 




8994 


10079 


10079 


5617 


5617 


1110 


1110 


338 


338 


271 


271 


226 


226 


609 


609 


217 


217 


5076 


5076 


1 


3453 


3473 


3473 


1936 


1936 


383 


383 


117 


117 


93 


93 


78 


27 


210 


210 


75 


75 


1750 


1750 


2 


1966 


1117 


1117 


842 


842 


166 


166 


51 


51 


41 


41 


34 


34 


91 


91 


32 


32 


761 


761 


3 


550 


250 


250 


189 


189 


37 


37 


11 


11 


9 


9 


8 


8 


20 


20 


7 


7 


170 


170 


4 


3355 


1987 


1987 


1273 


1273 


252 


252 


77 


77 


61 


61 


51 


51 


138 


138 


49 


49 


1150 


1150 


5 


419 


255 


255 


164 


164 


32 


32 


10 


10 


8 


8 


7 


7 


18 


18 


6 


6 


148 


148 


6 


548 


497 


497 


319 


319 


63 


63 


19 


19 


15 


15 


13 


13 


35 


35 


12 


12 


288 


288 


7 


548 


345 


345 


221 


221 


44 


44 


13 


13 


11 


11 


9 


9 


24 


24 


9 


9 


200 


200 


3 




88 


88 


66 


6 


13 


13 


4 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


7 


7 


3 


3 


60 


60 


9 




345 


345 


228 


228 


45 


45 


14 


14 


11 


5 


9 




25 


13 


9 


5 


206 


80 


10 




35 


35 


27 


27 


5 


5 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 




3 


3 


1 


1 


24 


24 


11 


131 


406 


406 


260 


260 


51 


51 


16 


16 


13 


13 


10 


9 


28 


28 


10 


10 


235 


100 


12 


425 


377 


377 


284 


284 


56 


56 


17 


17 


14 


14 


11 


11 


31 


31 


11 


11 


257 


257 


13 


60 


83 


83 


63 


63 


12 


12 


4 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


7 


7 


2 


2 


57 


57 


14 


60 


66 


66 


50 


50 


10 


10 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


5 


5 


2 


2 


45 


45 


15 




164 


164 


123 


123 


24 


24 


7 


7 


6 


6 


5 


5 


13 


13 


5 


5 


111 


111 


16 




32 


32 


24 


24 


5 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


1 


1 


22 


22 


17 


2395 


1565 


1565 


873 


873 


172 


172 


53 


53 


42 


42 


35 


35 


95 


95 


34 


34 


789 


789 


18 


328 


151 


151 


97 


97 


19 


19 


6 


6 


5 


5 


4 


4 


11 


11 


4 


4 


88 


88 


19 


270 


105 


105 


67 


67 


13 


13 


4 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


7 


7 


3 


3 


61 


61 


20 


550 


608 


608 


389 


389 


77 




23 




19 




16 




42 




15 




351 


251 


21 




74 


74 


47 


47 


9 


9 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


5 


5 


2 


2 


43 


43 


22 


116 


116 


116 


74 


74 


15 


15 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


67 


67 


23 




54 




34 




7 


7 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


4 


4 


1 


1 


31 




24 


1955 


869 


869 


655 


655 


129 


129 


39 


39 


32 


32 


26 


26 


71 


71 


25 


25 


592 


592 


25 




98 


98 


74 


74 


15 


15 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


66 


66 


26 


900 


523 


523 


394 


394 


78 


78 


24 


24 


19 


19 


16 




43 


43 


15 


15 


356 


356 


27 


605 


319 


319 


240 


240 


48 


48 


14 


14 


12 


12 


10 


10 


26 


26 


9 


9 


217 


217 


28 


301 


117 


117 


88 


88 


17 


17 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


10 


10 


3 


3 


80 


80 


29 




48 


48 


36 


36 


7 


7 


2 


2 


2 




1 




4 




1 




33 




30 


3100 


3002 


3002 


1674 


1674 


331 


331 


101 


101 


81 


81 


67 


67 


182 


182 


65 


65 


1513 


1513 


31 


332 


121 


121 


92 


92 


18 


18 


6 


6 


4 


4 


4 


4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


83 


83 


32 


2442 


808 


808 


609 


609 


120 


120 


37 


37 


29 


29 


25 


25 


66 


66 


23 


23 


550 


550 


33 


2237 


615 


615 


464 


464 


92 


92 


28 


28 


22 


22 


19 




50 


50 


18 


18 


419 


419 


34 


413 


87 


87 


65 


65 


13 


13 


4 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


7 


7 


3 


3 


59 


59 


35 


381 


109 


109 


82 


82 


16 


16 


5 


5 


4 


4 


3 


3 


9 


9 


3 


3 


74 


74 


36 


1100 


411 


411 


308 


308 


61 


61 


19 


19 


15 


15 


12 


12 


33 


33 


12 


12 


279 


279 


37 


707 


442 


442 


333 


333 


66 


66 


20 


20 


16 


16 


13 


13 


36 


36 


13 


13 


301 


301 


38 


435 


173 


173 


130 


130 


26 


26 


8 


8 


6 


6 


5 


5 


14 


14 


5 


5 


117 


117 


39 




141 


141 


91 


91 


18 


18 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


10 


10 


3 


3 


82 


82 


40 




228 


228 


146 


146 


29 


29 


9 


9 


7 


7 


6 


6 


16 


16 


6 


6 


132 


132 


41 




72 


72 


26 


26 


9 


9 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


5 


5 


2 


2 


42 


22 


42 




363 


363 


274 


274 


54 


54 


17 


17 


13 


13 


11 


11 


30 


30 


11 


11 


248 


248 


43 




190 


190 


143 


143 


28 


28 


9 


9 


7 


7 


6 


6 


16 


16 


6 


6 


130 


130 


44 




204 


204 


154 


154 


30 


30 


9 


9 


7 


7 


6 


6 


17 


17 


6 


6 


139 


139 


45 




44 


44 


33 


33 


7 


7 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


4 


4 


1 


1 


30 


30 


46 




112 


112 


72 


72 


14 


14 


4 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


65 


65 


47 




123 


123 


79 


79 


16 


16 


5 


5 


4 


4 


3 


3 


9 


9 


3 


3 


71 




48 




78 


78 


50 


50 


10 


10 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


5 


5 


2 


2 


45 


45 


49 




69 


69 


52 


52 


10 


10 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


47 


47 


50 




547 


547 


412 


412 


81 


81 


25 


25 


20 


20 


17 


17 


45 


45 


16 


16 


372 


372 


51 


189 


66 


66 


50 


50 


10 


10 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


5 


5 


2 


2 


45 


45 


52 


189 


45 


45 


34 


34 


7 


7 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


4 


4 


1 


1 


30 


30 


53 


345 


388 


388 


249 


249 


49 


49 


15 


15 


12 


12 


10 


10 


27 


27 


10 


10 


225 


225 


54 




149 


149 


95 


95 


19 


19 


6 


6 


5 


5 


4 


4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


86 


30 


55 


3892 


6029 


6029 


3360 


3360 


664 


664 


202 


202 


162 


162 


135 




364 


364 


130 


130 


3037 


3037 


56 




515 


515 


330 


330 


65 


65 


20 


20 


16 


16 


13 


13 


36 


36 


13 


13 


298 


250 


57 


2007 


643 


643 


485 


485 


96 


96 


29 


29 


23 


23 


20 


20 


53 


53 


19 


19 


438 


438 


58 




37 


37 


28 


28 


6 


6 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


1 


1 


25 


25 


59 


2653 


1885 


1534 


1208 


780 


239 


48 


73 


14 


58 


12 


49 


10 


131 


26 


47 


10 


1091 


518 


60 




189 


189 


142 


142 


28 


28 


9 


9 


7 


7 


6 


6 


15 


15 


' 5 


5 


128 


128 


61 


1644 


5350 


5350 


2982 


2982 


589 


589 


180 


180 


144 


144 


120 


120 


323 


323 


115 


115 


2695 


2695 


62 




458 


458 


345 


345 


68 


68 


21 


21 


17 


17 


14 


14 


37 


37 


13 


13 


312 


312 


63 




88 


88 


66 


66 


13 


13 


4 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


7 


7 


3 


3 


60 


60 


64 




143 


143 


108 


108 


21 


21 


6 


6 


5 


5 


4 


4 


12 


12 


4 


4 


97 


97 


65 




239 


239 


153 


153 


30 


30 


9 


9 


7 


7 


6 


6 


17 


17 


6 


6 


138 


138 


66 




149 


149 


96 


96 


19 


19 


6 


6 


5 


5 


4 


4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


87 


87 


67 


322 


503 


503 


380 


380 


75 


75 


23 


23 


18 


18 


15 


15 


41 


41 


15 


15 


343 


343 


68 




201 


201 


151 


151 


30 


30 


9 


9 


7 


7 


6 


6 


16 


16 


6 


6 


137 


137 


69 


2700 


2911 


2911 


1623 


1623 


321 


321 


98 


98 


78 


78 


65 




176 


176 


63 


63 


1466 


1466 


70 


295 


107 


107 


81 


81 


16 


16 


5 


5 


4 


4 


3 




9 


9 


3 


3 


73 


73 


71 




77 


77 


58 


58 


11 


11 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


52 


52 


72 
73 


53321 


52357 


51952 


32067 


31605 


6339 


6071 


1934 


1852 


1546 


1473 


1292 


936 


3481 


3318 


1242 


1185 


28995 


27802 





242 
ALEXANDRIA 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 







CONNECT. 










BENEVOLENCES 














ADMIN. 
FUNDS 
























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g 


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CD Q. 




Church and Charge 


53a 


53b 


55a 


55b 


56a 


56b 


57a 


57b 


58a 


58b 


59 


60 


1 


Alexandria, First 


2306 


2306 


8121 


8121 


3113 


3113 


1374 


1374 


981 


981 


1123 


2000 


2 


Alex. Horseshoe Driv. 


1551 


1551 


2799 


2799 


1073 


1073 


474 


474 


338 


338 


387 




3 


Newman 


671 


671 


1217 


1217 


467 


467 


206 


206 


147 


147 


168 


210 


4 


St. Marks 


276 


276 


273 


273 


105 


105 


46 


46 


33 


33 


38 




5 


Trinity 


884 


884 


1841 


1841 


706 


706 


311 


311 


222 


222 


255 


125 


6 


MacArthur Drive 


323 




237 


237 


91 


91 


40 


40 


29 


29 


33 




7 


Wilton 


300 


300 


461 


461 


177 


177 


78 


78 


56 


56 


64 


56 


8 


Wesley 


206 


206 


319 


319 


122 


122 


54 


54 


39 


39 


44 




9 


Clear Creek 


105 


105 


95 


95 


37 


37 


16 




12 


12 


13 




10 


Ball 


213 


176 


330 


60 


126 


15 


6 




40 




12 




11 


Springhill 


46 


46 


38 


38 


15 


15 


7 




5 


5 


5 


300 


12 


Bethel 


292 


292 


376 


100 


144 




64 




45 




52 


16 


13 


First UMC Boyce 


402 


402 


411 


411 


158 


158 


70 


70 


50 


50 


57 


55 


14 


Lahey Chapel 


120 


120 


91 


91 


35 


35 


15 


15 


11 


11 


13 


11 


15 


Sieper 


83 


83 


72 


72 


28 


28 


12 


12 


9 


9 


10 




16 


Union 


104 


104 


178 


178 


68 


68 


30 


30 


22 


22 


25 




17 


Macedonia 


53 




35 




14 




6 


6 


4 


4 






18 


David Haas Mem. 


865 


865 


1262 


1262 


484 


484 


213 


213 


152 


152 


175 


306 


19 


Evergreen 


147 


147 


140 


140 


54 


54 


24 


24 


17 


17 


19 




20 


White's Chapel 


110 


110 


97 


97 


37 


37 


16 


16 


12 


12 


13 


22 


21 


Wesley Booneville 


282 


282 


- 562 


223 


215 




95 


95 


68 








22 


Marshall 


38 


38 


68 


68 


26 


26 


12 


12 


8 


8 


9 




23 


Simpson 


52 


52 


107 


107 


41 


41 


18 


18 


13 


13 


15 




24 


St. Marks Melder 


53 


53 


49 




19 


10 


8 


8 


6 


6 


7 




25 


Colfax 


719 


719 


948 


948 


363 


363 


160 


160 


114 


114 


131 




26 


Hollins Chapel 


92 


92 


106 


106 


41 


41 


18 


18 


13 


13 


15 




27 


First Glenmora 


420 


420 


570 


570 


28 


218 


96 




69 


69 


79 




28 


Fellowship 


280 


280 


348 


348 


133 


133 


59 


59 


42 


42 


48 


92 


29 


Forest Hill 


122 


122 


128 


128 


49 


49 


22 


22 


15 


15 


18 




30 


Melder 


25 




53 




20 




9 




6 








31 


Nolley Memorial 


1338 


1338 


2421 


2421 


928 


928 


410 


410 


293 


293 


335 


1340 


32 


Belah 


161 


161 


132 


132 


51 


51 


22 


22 


16 


16 


18 




33 


Jonesville 


1157 


1157 


881 


407 


338 




149 




106 








34 


Lecompte 


710 


710 


671 


671 


257 


257 


113 




81 


81 


93 




35 


Bayou Chicot 


97 


97 


95 


95 


36 


36 


16 


16 


11 


11 


13 




36 


Cheneyville 


111 


111 


118 


118 


45 


45 


20 


20 


14 


14 


16 




37 


Marksville 


500 


500 


446 


446 


171 


171 


76 


76 


54 


54 


62 


27 


38 


Oak Grove 


322 


322 


481 


481 


184 


184 


81 


81 


58 


58 


67 


36 


39 


Simmesport 


175 


175 


188 


188 


72 


72 


32 


32 


23 


23 


26 




40 


Marthaville 


175 


175 


131 


131 


50 


50 


22 


22 


16 


16 


18 




41 


Beulah 


161 


161 


211 


211 


81 


81 


36 


36 


25 


25 


29 




42 


Robeline 


70 


42 


67 


67 


26 


16 


11 


6 


8 


4 


5 




43 


Montgomery 


400 


402 


396 


396 


152 


152 


67 


67 


48 


48 


55 




44 


Mt. Zion 


104 


104 


20 


207 


79 


79 


35 




25 


25 


29 




45 


Atlanta 


151 


229 


222 


222 


85 


85 


38 


38 


27 


27 


31 




46 


St. Maurice 


64 


64 


48 


48 


19 


19 


8 


8 


6 


6 


7 




47 


Mt. Zion 


72 


72 


104 


16 


40 




18 




13 








48 


Emmanuel 


70 


70 


114 




44 




19 




14 


13 






49 


St. Paul/Campti 


65 


65 


72 


72 


28 


28 


12 


12 


9 


9 


10 




50 


St. Paul/Cheneyville 


64 


64 


75 


75 


29 


29 


13 


13 


9 


9 


10 




51 


Asbury 


481 


481 


595 


595 


228 


228 


101 


101 


72 


72 


82 




52 


Williams Chapel 


69 


69 


72 


72 


27 


27 


12 


12 


9 


9 


10 




53 


St. Marks 


68 


68 


49 


49 


19 


19 


8 


8 


6 


6 


7 




54 


College Avenue 


269 


269 


360 


360 


138 


138 


61 


61 


43 


43 


50 




55 


Campti 


168 


103 


138 


100 


53 


53 


23 


17 


17 


8 






56 


First/Natchitoches 


1836 


1836 


4858 


4858 


1862 


1862 


822 


822 


587 


587 


672 


50 


57 


Oak Grove 


422 


422 


477 


340 


183 


183 


81 


29 


58 


54 


25 




58 


Olla 


606 


606 


701 


701 


269 


269 


119 


119 


85 


85 


97 


37 


59 


Tullos 


53 


53 


41 


41 


16 


16 


7 


7 


5 


5 


6 




60 


Palestine 


934 


937 


1746 


1410 


669 


134 


295 


60 


211 


42 


48 


426 


61 


Pleasant Grove 


117 


117 


205 


205 


79 


79 


35 


35 


25 


25 


28 




62 


First/Pineville 


2120 


2120 


4312 


4312 


1653 


1653 


729 


729 


521 


521 


596 


550 


63 


Pollock 


379 


379 


499 


499 


191 


191 


84 




60 


60 


69 




64 


Selma 


122 


122 


96 


96 


37 


37 


16 


16 


12 


12 


13 




65 


Liberty Chapel 


120 


120 


156 


156 


60 


60 


26 




19 


19 


22 




66 


Provencal 


187 


187 


221 


221 


85 


85 


37 


37 


27 


27 


31 




67 


Weaver 


149 


149 


138 


138 


53 


53 


23 


23 


17 


17 


19 




68 


Justice Memorial 


497 


497 


549 


549 


210 


210 


93 


93 


66 


66 


76 




69 


Urania 


228 


228 


219 


219 


84 


84 


37 


37 


26 


26 


30 




70 


FirstA/Vinnfield 


1321 


1321 


2346 


2346 


899 


899 


397 


397 


283 


283 




150 


71 


Couley 


91 


91 


117 


117 


45 


45 


20 




14 


14 






72 


Eden 


82 


82 


84 


84 


32 


32 


14 


14 


10 


10 


12 




73 


Alexandria District 




























TOTAL | 


27426 | 


26978 


46204 


44182 | 


17786 


16306 


7797 


6837 


5607 


5142 


5545 


5809 



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BENEVOLENCES 








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63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


71 


72 






514 


206 




170 


890 


210 


321 


14347 


20914 


5143 


7980 


430 


271 


5175 


709741 


1 


48 




29 




34 


63 




115 


1994 


1866 


1773 


871 


175 


93 


750 


156570 


2 




131 


67 


59 


103 


360 


14 


35 


789 


811 


771 


4311 


79 


41 


760 


42060 


3 




31 


30 


26 


33 


120 


26 




784 


182 


173 


813 


9 


9 


95 


10728 


4 




167 


12 


45 


59 


283 






3697 


1227 


1166 


1584 


119 


61 


708 


72819 


5 




















158 


150 






8 




8449 


6 




23 




20 


20 


63 






76 


544 


292 


252 




15 


125 


14588 


7 






37 


25 


23 


85 






137 
500 
137 


415 
64 


202 
60 


319 




11 
3 


225 
212 


12857 
4312 
11112 


8 
9 
10 


















300 


26 


24 






1 




2471 


11 




12 








12 






247 


50 


50 










10944 


12 




91 


35 




5 


131 




18 


322 


274 


260 






14 




16590 


13 




35 


25 






60 






22 


61 


58 






3 




6504 


14 




38 


50 


40 




128 






270 


48 


46 






2 




7628 


15 


















90 


119 


113 






6 




5826 
820 


16 
17 


50 


224 


242 


85 


175 


726 


53 


84 


6049 


841 


849 


900 




42 


2015 


111583 


18 




32 


10 


6 




48 






154 


93 


89 


4 




5 




6633 


19 


22 


22 


21 


15 


22 


80 


22 




202 


65 


62 






3 




5669 


20 




10 


10 




10 


30 






10 
50 
677 


50 
45 
71 

632 


82 
43 
68 

600 






2 
4 
2 
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13223 
1286 
1997 
823 

44007 


21 
22 
23 
24 
25 


















212 


71 


67 


75 




4 




4501 


26 
















42 


1281 
530 
219 


232 
85 


361 
320 

81 


300 
400 




19 
12 
4 


27 
439 


32100 

19193 

6343 

855 


27 
28 
29 
30 




225 


230 


25 


25 


505 


25 


65 


1894 


1614 


1533 




795 


81 


1014 


149241 


31 




33 


18 






51 






325 


88 


84 






4 




9877 


32 






33 






33 




100 


636 


487 


275 


2447 








43735 


33 




86 


39 


55 


24 


204 




48 


1000 


447 


425 


784 


122 


22 




29919 


34 




20 






20 


40 






175 


63 


60 






3 




5673 


35 




27 


21 


26 


5 


79 






409 


79 


75 






4 




6859 


36 




340 


37 


25 




402 




65 


469 


384 


283 


505 




15 


231 


24510 


37 




36 








36 






322 


321 


305 






16 




15962 


38 




29 


24 


8 




61 




23 


92 

120 


125 
87 


119 
83 


260 




6 
4 




11876 
6151 


39 
40 


















75 


141 


134 






7 




8475 


41 


















10 


22 


21 






2 




2529 


42 
















4 


135 
100 


264 

148 


251 
131 

141 






13 

7 
7 


69 


26403 
7043 
13540 


43 

44 
45 




100 








100 






144 


63 

48 
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31 

46 
48 






2 

2 

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3285 
4072 
2598 
3814 
5595 


46 
47 

48 
49 
50 


















153 


397 
48 
32 


377 
45 
31 


600 




20 
2 
2 




16638 
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51 
52 
53 








1 




1 






243 


240 


228 


168 




12 




18915 


54 


















35 


92 


87 






5 




8390 


55 




175 


113 






288 




130 


4419 
464 


3239 
290 


3077 


7961 


432 


162 
16 


2370 


413046 
36485 


56 
57 




4 








4 






452 


468 


444 


825 




23 


108 


56012 


58 




15 


25 






40 






95 


27 


26 


50 




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1895 


59 
















78 


883 


357 


347 


1059 


50 


12 


545 


75345 


60 




9 








9 






43 


137 


130 






7 




4893 


61 


200 


197 


115 




45 


357 


50 


120 


3688 
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2875 
332 
64 
104 


2731 
316 
61 
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3761 


45 


144 
17 
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1839 
182 


219169 
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3661 
5220 


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27 


215 


148 


140 


75 




7 




9465 


66 
















27 


288 


92 


88 


200 




5 




5180 


67 




44 


20 






64 




40 


334 


366 


348 






18 




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68 




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5 






340 


146 


139 


585 




7 


260 


14239 


69 




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3758 


1564 


1486 






78 


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1507 


54757 


44527 


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37089 


2540 


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Church and Charge 


Pastor 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5a 


5b 


5c 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


1 


Amite-First 


Robert L. Burgess 


326 


5 


1 


8 








6 


5 


2 


327 


122 


11 


9 


16 


6 


2 


Independence 


Robert L. Brugess 


45 


















1 


44 


25 


12 


15 


4 




3 


Baker First 


John Howard Sewell 


392 


11 


22 


7 








6 


20 


2 


404 


160 


12 


66 




5 


4 


Broadmoor 


Henry C. Blount Jr. 


4241 


91 


92 


43 




53 


53 


116 


50 


22 


4226 


981 


7t 


989 




77 


5 


Francis Asbury 


James W. Spitzkeit 


324 


1 


14 


7 








2 


9 


1 


334 


134 


' 


113 


20 




6 


Hughes Memorial 


William J. Miller 


175 


1 
















3 


173 


80 


6 


58 




7 


7 


Ingleside 


Fred O. Shirley 


729 


5 


20 


8 








17 


5 


6 


734 


197 


c 


21 


79 




8 


Jefferson 


Alan D. Einsel 


520 


18 


24 


9 




5 


5 


25 


12 


2 


527 


232 


17 


118 




7 


9 


Jordan 


Freddie C. Henderson 


210 


6 


4 


4 


1 




1 






1 


222 


150 


6 


83 




5 


10 


LeJeune 


Freddie C. Henderson 


22 




















22 


12 




8 






11 


North Baton Rouge 


David G. Trickett 


278 


1 


1 










13 


1 


4 


262 


74 




35 


21 




12 


St. John 


Thomas A Dunbar 


I 418 


36 


40 


24 




21 


21 


6 


5 


1 


485 


253 


2£ 


120 


57 


13 


13 


St. Luke's 


Timothy E. Lawson 


155 


4 


12 


4 




5 


5 


3 




1 


166 


65 


7 


14 


3 


2 


14 


Istrouma 


Timothy E. Lawson 


350 


1 


1 




2 




2 


10 




11 


329 


62 




28 


2 




15 


St. Paul 


John C. Coker 


215 


5 




1 


21 


12 


33 


13 


3 


2 


170 


45 


1 


j 36 


22 


4 


16 


Deerford 


John C. Coker 


117 


1 




2 












2 


118 


35 




12 






17 


Winbourne 


Edward 0. Pickens 


216 


8 


5 


8 








2 




5 


230 


95 


8 


15 




3 


18 


St. Andrew 


Fred B. Wideman 


211 


21 


73 


21 








7 






319 


235 


21 


145 


84 


4 


19 


Beech Grove 


Edward L. Berry 


44 


3 












1 






46 


35 


6 


32 






20 


Macedonia 


William J. Miller 


29 


11 
















1 


39 


25 










21 


Andrews Chapel 


William J. Miller 


64 




















64 


70 




33 






22 


Bethel 


Tommy R. Bergeron Sr. 


140 


7 


1 


3 








2 


1 




148 


71 


5 


36 




3 


23 


Magnolia 


Tommy R. Bergeron Sr. 


191 


4 


2 


1 








8 


2 


2 


186 


74 


2 


51 


63 


2 


24 


Blackwater 


L. Deen Thompson 


1065 


27 


19 


12 




1 


1 


13 


9 


5 


1095 


350 


23 


149 


31 




25 


Carpenter's Chapel 


Roger Mosher 


118 




1 






11 


11 


4 




3 


101 


75 




21 






26 


Mt. Zion 


W. R. Lafayette 


117 






1 








1 




4 


113 


56 


3 


70 




12 


27 


St. Paul 


W. R. Lafayette 


136 


















3 


133 


50 




66 


15 




28 


St. Peter 


Adam Franklin 


87 


3 
















3 


87 


50 




20 






29 


Moses Chapel 


Adam Franklin 


58 


















2 


56 


45 




10 






30 


Jackson Chapel 


Adam Franklin 


53 




















53 


40 




12 






31 


Wall Memorial 


John H. Casey 


249 




2 










10 


1 


2 


238 


110 


4 


38 


4 




32 


Clear Creek 


John H. Casey 


85 


















2 


83 


63 




19 






33 


Concord 


Jesse L. Means Jr. 


15 




















15 


13 




3 






34 


New Hope 


Jesse L. Means Jr. 


36 






1 








1 




2 


34 


35 




3 






35 


Days 


Clifford Holland Jr. 


117 




2 


1 








3 




4 


113 


42 


1 








36 


Center 


Paul Singletary Sr. 


59 


3 


2 


1 












1 


64 


24 


6 


3 






37 


Darlington 


Paul Singletary Sr. 


26 










2 


2 


2 






22 


17 










38 


Denham Springs, First 


Lonnie M. Sibley 


739 


10 


18 


2 








7 


46 


4 


742 


200 


10 


128 


12 


7 


39 


Roberts 


Clarence L. Hillard 


187 


25 




10 


3 


2 


5 






4 


213 


185 


10 


105 




15 


40 


St. Luke 


Clarence L. Hillard 


126 


5 
















1 


130 


80 


8 


40 


1 


6 


41 


Faithful 


Jay V. Daigle 


105 


4 


3 










2 






110 


63 


4 


28 


15 


4 


42 


New River 


JayV. Daigle 


58 
















2 


2 


54 


16 




10 






43 


Friendship 


Troy E.Boyd Jr. 


147 


2 


2 


3 














154 


50 


9 


19 


19 




44 


Corbin 


Troy E.Boyd Jr. 


41 




















41 


25 




3 


6 




45 


Gonzales First 


Richard R. Meek 


370 


1 


13 


12 




7 


7 


5 


19 




365 


182 


10 


85 


34 


4 


46 


Meadows Chapel 


Richard R. Meek 


63 


















1 


62 


26 


2 


12 






47 


Greensburg 


Wallace Blackwood 


210 






5 












2 


213 


80 


2 


23 






48 


Wesley Chapel 


Wallace Blackwood 


25 




















25 


8 




4 


2 




49 


Hammond, First 


Angus L. Carruth 


609 


14 


4 


2 


69 


12 


81 


22 


7 


8 


511 


196 


12 


101 


10 


15 


50 


Newsom 


Angus L. Carruth 


54 


1 














1 


1 


53 


24 


2 


7 






51 


Jackson 


Joe Hoover 


222 


4 


3 


1 




1 


1 


1 




3 


225 


77 


1 


50 






52 


Ethel 


Joe Hoover 


70 


1 


1 










1 




1 


70 


42 


1 


17 






53 


Kentwood 


J. Pennington Morgan 


199 


2 


3 


1 








1 


3 


2 


199 


54 


4 


20 


22 




54 


Mt. Hermon 


J. Pennington Morgan 


30 


3 


















33 


19 




3 


3 


4 


55 


Live Oak 


Burton F. Blair 


589 


14 


4 


10 




1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


611 


280 


11 


153 




10 


56 


Livingston 


Lewis M. Morris Jr. 


76 


















1 


75 


28 


1 


9 


6 


5 


57 


James Chapel 


Lewis M.Morris Jr. 


60 


3 


2 
















65 


27 


1 


3 






58 


Mangum Chapel 


Lewis M.Morris Jr. 


98 














1 


10 


1 


86 


46 




16 


4 


8 


59 


Loranger 


Gary L. Elliott 


109 


1 
















1 


109 


55 


2 


30 






60 


Coopers Chapel 


Gary L. Elliott 


26 


2 


2 


1 












1 


30 


30 




7 






61 


D ine Grove 


Charles E. Scott 


109 










1 


1 






3 


105 


45 










62 


vlontpelier 


Charles E. Scott 


81 


1 


















82 


25 










63 


Norwood, Asbury 


James A. Smith 


102 




1 


1 












1 


103 


75 


4 


22 


10 




64 


V/lt. Carmel 


James A. Smith 


51 






1 














52 


35 




14 






65 


Wesley 


James A. Smith 


76 


1 
















1 


76 


40 


5 


18 






66 


St. Francisville 


Harold B. Babin 


178 




1 


1 












1 


179 


65 


5 


30 


11 




67 


Tunica 


Harold B. Babin 


41 


1 
















1 


41 


18 


1 


16 


5 




68 


Slaughter 


Marshall C. Paine 


110 


1 
















1 


110 


45 


2 


14 






69 


3luff Creek 


Marshall C. Paine 


48 


3 
















1 


50 


38 


1 


14 




3 


70 


Tangipahoa 


Ned L. Stout 


115 


2 
















2 


115 


40 


4 


18 


15 




71 


Pine Ridge 


Ned L. Stout 


105 




3 










2 






106 


35 


3 


14 


10 




72 


Walker 


Boyd Hood 


181 


8 


3 


22 












2 


212 


75 


3 


37 






73 


Zachary First 


Gilbert H. Wade Jr. 


583 


6 


18 


4 








5 


8 


4 


594 


150 


8 


76 


60 


6 


74 


3r. Hammond Dist. 


Kenneth R. Reed 


































75 


Conf. Dir. Financial Affairs 


J.J. Caraway 


































76 


Conf. Dir. of Com. 


Harvey G.Williamson 




































TOTAL 




17626 


388 


419 


242 


96 


134 


230 


319 


191 


152 


17783 


6681 


405 


3597 


666 


237 



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245 



Statistical Table No. 1 



CHURCH SCHOOL 


U.M.M. 


U.M.W. 


PROPERTY AND OTHER ASSETS 














Average 




























3 a- 








Attendance 


_£- 


CD 




c 




















« 






(5 

o 

E 
2 


2 3 
6) 2 
£ <3 

£ « 

t CD 

S- $ 
c co 
2 O 
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11 


a. 
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CD 

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< § 

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Q. 

O 



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a 1 

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Q. 

f 

CD 

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5 £ 

io °' 
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c $ 


So c 

— E 

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O) CD 

c — 
o o 

O) — 

§1 

i£ 2 


c 
o I 

fl CO 
CO » 

11 

c o 

o O) 

£ a 


o £ 

O) — 
c o 

II 

co c£ 

CD c 

£ o 
E o 
a c 
2 o 


o « 

E 2 
15 


a. o 

— CD 

1 2 

11 


E 
1 

c= -6 

^ 13 

E S 
15 


III 

i-lf 

i" E 

g S E 
E o o 
< .3 O 


2 oi c 

3 C CD 


CD 

O) 

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i O 4) 

III 

o -o 5 

CD CD u_ 

■i 1 ? 

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CD 

- 1 1 

"fit 

2 8 & 

° en Q. 

<" m ■- 
3 $ <» 

s » r 
> < o 


E 

c 
o 

f ° s 

1 "_ > 

S g> o 

i C\J UJ 


en fli) 
<= S 

£ CD 
-O Q. 
■O 0J 

CD £ 

£ 5 
O 3. 




15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 




15 


25 


27 


60 


127 


64 


50 


125 


3 


20 


995 


48 


20 


835000 


115000 


70000 






1 


4 


18 


11 




33 


25 
















59300 




2225 






2 


20 


60 


33 


130 


243 


143 


40 


30 


6 






74 


2520 


455000 


45000 




52651 




3 


155 


565 


110 


385 


1215 


605 


80 


95 


73 


60 


570 


207 


2126 


35080000 


301000 


63043 


579440 




4 


16 


47 


9 


40 


112 


70 


6 


50 


1 


4 


250 


20 


819 


490675 


72500 


26682 


40296 




5 


15 


50 


16 


32 


113 


35 




25 








18 


250 


125000 




1500 


37000 




6 


19 


52 


16 


103 


190 


108 


192 


112 


3 






65 


1417 


1550000 


192000 


97802 


177038 




7 


54 


107 


35 


88 


284 


117 


48 


204 


6 


15 


290 


52 


453 


1403882 


99000 


14680 


189490 




8 


15 


25 


33 


21 


94 


35 


12 






60 


195 


40 


150 


250000 




1800 


4200 




9 


2 


5 


8 


3 


18 


12 


4 
























10 


4 


6 


4 


48 


62 


33 




12 








44 


200 


741241 


136153 


13318 


8013 




11 


16 


88 


31 


78 


213 


144 


154 


210 


11 






10 


2506 


1000994 


75794 


27923 


213469 




12 


12 


16 


18 


25 


71 


40 


5 




3 


10 


120 


16 


1283 


207500 


69500 


20028 


57552 




13 


7 


5 


6 


45 


63 


41 




22 








21 


235 


1500000 




3452 






14 


11 


5 


16 


8 


40 


24 


5 




4 


9 


1207 


11 


1123 


310000 


90000 


4917 


15276 




15 


8 


24 


8 


20 


60 


40 












7 


1036 


187000 




40000 






16 


8 


21 


12 


48 


89 


52 






4 


30 


1793 


28 


4072 


584500 


75000 




600 




17 


15 


82 


22 


45 


164 


100 






15 






55 


1881 


534500 


90000 


309000 


20000 




18 


6 


10 


16 


6 


38 


20 
















73500 
20000 




2200 


3000 




19 
20 


5 


21 


10 




36 


15 
















75000 




1200 


2500 




21 


14 


43 


11 


37 


105 


50 


35 


45 


3 






11 


218 


295000 


137000 


5500 






22 


8 


14 


12 


25 


59 


31 


25 


55 


3 






12 


228 


285000 


93400 


81259 






23 


36 


86 


52 


122 


296 


160 


257 


300 


17 






73 


4290 


1265000 


155000 


4331 


530000 




24 


10 


18 


25 


26 


79 


60 
















148240 






6000 




25 


5 


20 


9 




34 


15 












12 


100 


85000 


18000 








26 


3 


26 


15 


40 


84 


35 












10 


100 


80000 










27 


4 


5 


8 


7 


24 


15 












25 




45000 










28 


5 


5 


3 


2 


15 


15 
















65000 










29 


4 


10 


5 


6 


25 


10 
















40000 










30 


20 


48 


13 


86 


167 


97 


23 


93 








32 


175 


633250 


90000 


9000 


34000 




31 


10 

1 


18 
3 


9 
3 


20 


57 

7 


50 

7 


12 


14 












112000 
9000 




11000 






32 
33 


3 


4 


2 


21 


30 


20 
















24000 










34 


6 


10 


7 


15 


38 


22 


20 










22 


100 


153478 


3500 








35 




























42500 


3500 








36 




























69200 


3500 








37 


22 


125 


72 


95 


314 


120 


15 


135 


7 


20 


261 


40 


1825 


860000 


74000 


54331 




2100 


38 


11 


25 


60 


32 


128 


50 


25 


25 


10 


30 


2000 


35 


1500 


385000 


12100 


10000 


50000 




39 


4 


20 


12 


15 


51 


30 


12 


9 


10 






20 


50 


290000 






48000 




40 


6 


24 


4 


30 


64 


32 








14 


340 


12 


50 


161000 


35800 








41 


1 




7 




8 


8 












6 


250 


43500 


56000 


4500 


6000 




42 


7 


21 


10 


31 


69 


30 
















460000 


115000 








43 


2 


2 




7 


11 


5 
















48500 










44 


13 


57 


18 


62 


150 


99 




20 




10 


29 


30 


1020 


299000 


138000 


91944 


21701 




45 




























133000 




14407 






46 


12 


16 


15 


38 


81 


40 




35 








27 


57 


99000 
40000 


50000 








47 
48 


30 


125 


24 


86 


265 


94 


18 


133 


12 


15 


250 


60 


1021 


840600 


155100 


581173 






49 


2 






14 


16 


13 












17 


221 


98000 




4925 






50 


13 


48 


22 


42 


125 


65 


25 


70 








11 


910 


350000 


46000 


150000 






51 


6 


18 


7 


15 


46 


24 




7 












60000 










52 


12 


29 


16 


15 


72 


39 


7 










26 


374 


140000 


50000 


8000 






53 


2 


4 


4 


8 


18 


10 


5 




3 






10 


31 


70000 










54 


30 


156 


70 


105 


361 


163 


83 


22 


11 


16 


2104 


35 


661 


793450 


84200 


267500 


307524 




55 


3 


4 


2 


8 


17 


14 
















167000 


50000 








56 


2 


3 


, 


16 


21 


17 
















28000 










57 


5 


15 


14 


15 


49 


26 












15 


193 


166000 


55000 








58 


12 


34 


7 


12 


65 


58 


12 


75 












224000 


54000 




14000 




59 


8 


17 


1 


15 


41 


26 


15 


70 












40500 




9380 






60 


3 


5 


8 


10 


26 


13 
















161600 


40900 


12293 






61 


5 


3 


3 


4 


15 


12 






1 






8 


134 


137000 




5065 






62 


8 


30 
4 


25 




4 


30 
13 


25 






30 




26 




139825 
129500 










63 
64 


2 








2 


15 
















121000 










65 


12 


30 


20 


15 


77 


35 


15 


80 












334000 


65000 


7228 


52783 




66 


4 


8 


3 


5 


20 


10 
















57000 




2500 






67 


5 


27 


6 


20 


58 


20 












10 


603 


157092 


44626 


15000 






68 


5 


10 


2 


30 


47 


20 






3 










120000 




7968 


6000 




69 


5 


12 


5 


10 


32 


18 








15 


1321 


10 




175000 


75000 








70 


5 


13 


4 


12 


34 


20 
















160000 










71 


9 


20 


19 


34 


82 


50 


35 


40 




12 


150 


14 




285000 


115000 




23969 




72 


18 


81 


35 


70 


204 


110 


40 


120 


6 






51 


536 


619000 
1156850 
1700000 


76500 
180000 


97824 






73 
74 

75 






































76 


820 


2528 


1110 


2463 


6921 


3639 


1300 


2233 


215 


370 


11875 


1376 


34918 


28512177 


3437073 


2154898 


2500502 2100 





246 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



BATON ROUGE HAMMOND 



LOCAL CHURCH EXPENDITURES 


MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 










E 






Local Church 








a> 


a 


















«■ 














£■ S 

CO CO 

o m - 
£$ 6 

If* 


•a £ 
'- I o 


If 
of 

1" 


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HUD 
Q. C CO 

o — c 

— n <U 
c ° a. 


a. — 
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i? 


J? T3 
<0 m 


co 


CO 
XL -a 




CO o 
CD O. 

£ -o 

O CO 


11 

CD < 
O CO 

■o 0- 


o 
o 


CD 

1 - 


CD oT 


J3 
CO 






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Q. <D to 

lif 

a. o E 


f ^ 

° o co 

£ & s 


2 £ 


t co a> 

3 § | 
III 

O CD Q. 


o >, 

CD o 


i i 

a E 

Q- < 


1 1 

a E 
Q. < 


"CD CO 

5 ^ 
9 o 

8 E 
< < 


II 
< < 


■g 

Q- 

S 
o 


C CD 
5 < 


C CD 
CO O 
CO c 

= 3 

■= o 

5 < 




o o 

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"CD Q " 
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h a. 


2 o 

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2 co 

I- CL 






Church and Charge 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38a 


38b 


39a 


39b 


39c 


40a 


40b 


40c 


41a 


41b 


41c 


1 


Amite-First 




8838 


3806 


26177 


6429 


15000 


15000 






15000 


2700 




2700 


4200 




4200 


2 


Independence 




44 


187 


1308 


405 


1860 


1860 






1860 


600 




600 


540 




540 


3 


Baker First 


15498 


15364 


4007 


24494 


22484 


13860 


13860 






13860 








4200 


3600 


7800 


4 


Broadmoor 


113313 


60051 


24294 


266199 


64842 


46650 


46650 


46124 


46124 


92774 


2052 


2992 


5044 


4200 


1260C 


16800 


5 


Francis Asbury 


13141 


14177 


3809 


20081 


1750 


16300 


16300 






16300 


2330 




2330 


4200 




4200 


6 


Hughes Memorial 


4200 




531 


4530 




9270 


9270 






9270 


1435 




1435 


450 




450 


7 


Ingleside 


26047 


19662 


10392 


57316 


8403 


24000 


24000 






24000 


2400 




2400 


3600 




3600 


8 


Jefferson 


33748 


6195 


5103 


27168 


26315 


22260 


22260 






22260 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


9 


Jordan 


3223 


1000 


700 


4835 




12000 


12000 






12000 


4800 




4800 


1200 




1200 


10 


LeJeune 












1000 


1000 






1000 


100 




100 


175 




175 


11 


North Baton Rouge 


4658 


1793 


1159 


17810 


1889 


11980 


11980 






11980 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


12 


St. John 


29897 


41581 


7691 


52900 


152824 


23040 


23040 






23040 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


13 


St. Luke's 


6555 


11144 


1724 


8226 


1263 


6095 


6095 






6095 


1200 




1200 


2100 




2100 


14 


Istrouma 




7824 


2414 


22559 


2355 


8300 


8300 






8300 


1200 




1200 


2100 




2100 


15 


St. Paul 


1824 


1918 


935 


6165 


2594 


9650 


9650 






9650 


1200 




1200 


2100 




2100 


16 


Deerford 






489 


3010 


1142 


4000 


4000 






4000 


1200 




1200 


2100 




2100 


17 


Winbourne 


1173 


1782 


2570 


11695 




19968 


19968 






19968 


2400 




2400 


4100 




4100 


18 


St. Andrew 


15682 


33261 


5483 


12746 


3097 


15280 


15280 






15280 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


19 


Beech Grove 


1000 


7464 


296 


1585 


100 


2848 


2848 






2848 


752 




752 


1200 




1200 


20 


Macedonia 




77 




320 




600 


660 






660 














21 


Andrews Chapel 


1496 




210 


2300 




3640 


3640 






3640 


100 




100 


200 




200 


22 


Bethel 


21475 


14605 


2636 


9791 


3132 


9200 


9200 






9200 


1400 




1400 


2400 




2400 


23 


Magnolia 


137 


19076 


1880 


9233 


4977 


8000 


8000 






8000 


1000 




1000 


1800 




1800 


24 


Blackwater 


138875 


142798 


10096 


74682 


17197 


24648 


24648 


12808 


12808 


37456 


2400 


2400 


4800 


4200 


4200 


8400 


25 


Carpenter's Chapel 




19278 


1174 


3087 


2627 


9000 


9088 






9088 


2459 




2459 


4200 




4200 


26 


Mt. Zion 




3695 


1892 


3138 


800 


2400 


2400 






2400 


1200 




1200 


1400 




1400 


27 


St. Paul 


2600 


1800 


335 


2690 


1058 


1500 


1500 






1500 








120 




120 


28 


St. Peter 








720 




2220 


2220 






2220 








300 




300 


29 


Moses Chapel 


6000 










1608 


1608 






1608 








300 




300 


30 


Jackson Chapel 






75 


816 




960 


960 






960 








200 




200 


31 


Wall Memorial 


22152 


18655 


1928 


12493 


2495 


14400 


14400 






14400 


2130 




2130 


3150 




3150 


32 


Clear Creek 




4873 


419 


2142 


2286 


4800 


4800 






4800 


300 




300 


900 




900 


33 


Concord 








298 




420 


420 






420 








540 




540 


34 


New Hope 






161 


400 




1059 


1259 






1259 








991 




991 


35 


Days 




5500 


150 


1862 


964 


4896 


3816 






3816 


1908 




1908 


636 




636 


36 


Center 




1791 


18 


746 


849 


2100 


2100 






2100 


400 




400 


1100 




1100 


37 


Darlington 




527 


65 


1043 


616 


1800 


1800 






1800 


400 




400 


1100 




1100 


38 


Denham Springs, First 


5048 


9874 


9709 


51083 


1996 


21900 


21900 






21900 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


39 


Roberts 


20000 


9000 


1200 


12590 


750 


8708 


8708 






8708 


803 




803 


1039 




1039 


40 


St. Luke 


17520 


3000 


1550 


6564 


400 


6306 


6306 






6306 


582 




582 


1039 




1039 


41 


Faithful 




6858 


488 


5074 


1028 


8900 


8900 






8900 


1400 




1400 


4200 




4200 


42 


New River 


2150 




229 


1477 


543 


2000 


2000 






2000 


1000 




1000 








43 


Friendship 




3864 


1464 


9084 


6306 


13500 


13500 






13500 


1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


44 


Corbin 




25 


273 


1214 


1629 


1500 


1500 






1500 


400 




400 


800 




800 


45 


Gonzales First 


3440 


12388 


5115 


22391 


5065 


16450 


16450 






16450 


2400 




2400 


3000 




3000 


46 


Meadows Chapel 


895 


1098 


60 


1842 


75 


3000 


3000 






3000 


200 




200 


1200 




1200 


47 


Greensburg 




3713 


1694 


14002 


5204 


12793 


12793 






12793 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


48 


Wesley Chapel 




5860 




802 


75 


1870 


1870 






1870 


60 




60 


363 




363 


49 


Hammond, First 




45618 


4295 


41473 


9097 


26000 


26000 






26000 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


50 


Newsom 




542 


116 


2759 


385 


5400 


5400 






5400 














51 


Jackson 




38253 


3993 


9750 


1336 


10499 


10499 






10499 


3562 




3562 


2080 




2080 


52 


Ethel 




396 


299 


2534 


555 


3542 


3542 






3542 


366 




366 


729 




729 


53 


Kentwood 




3808 


1849 


7010 


2542 


10000 


10000 






10000 


2000 




2000 


3600 




3600 


54 


Mt. Hermon 




1010 


15 


1638 


361 


1560 


1560 






1560 


600 




600 


600 




600 


55 


Live Oak 


74013 


10368 


3538 


45468 


5394 


20400 


20400 






20400 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


56 


Livingston 




1647 


349 


2545 


489 


1650 


1650 






1650 


1282 




1282 


456 




456 


57 


James Chapel 


400 


4500 


50 


861 


200 


1732 


1732 






1732 








668 




668 


58 


Mangum Chapel 




4900 


1455 


4207 


500 


5103 


5103 






5103 


1443 




1443 


1537 




1537 


59 


Loranger 


5051 




1692 


2518 


300 


5101 


5101 






5101 


2000 




2000 


4200 




4200 


60 


Coopers Chapel 




1561 


698 


685 


785 


938 


938 






938 








400 




400 


61 


Pine Grove 




546 


471 


4346 


665 


5370 


5370 






5370 


200 




200 


1500 




1500 


62 


Montpelier 




235 


153 


1776 


21 


2200 


2200 






2200 








2000 




2000 


63 


Norwood, Asbury 








1320 




2100 


2100 






2100 


240 




240 


780 




780 


64 


Mt. Carmel 




900 




1393 




1500 


1500 






1500 


240 




240 


360 




360 


65 


Wesley 




998 




1125 




1980 


1980 






1980 


240 




240 


492 




492 


66 


St. Francisville 


12708 


118983 


2152 


6833 


535 


6300 


6300 






6300 








4200 




4200 


67 


Tunica 




114 


185 


1017 


225 


1200 


1200 






1200 








1200 




1200 


68 


Slaughter 




1350 


498 


5976 


1757 


6880 


6880 






6880 


1600 




1600 


2800 




2800 


69 


Bluff Creek 




25241 


215 


2956 


869 


3680 


3680 






3680 


950 




950 


1400 




1400 


70 


Tangipahoa 




33212 


600 


1700 


508 


5000 


5000 






5000 


800 




800 


3000 




3000 


71 


Pine Ridge 




5507 


650 


1250 




3260 


3260 






3260 


1320 




1320 


1200 




1200 


72 


Walker 


2393 


307 


1981 


7320 


1389 


12215 


12215 






12215 


2823 




2823 


4200 




4200 


73 


Zachary First 

Br. Hammond Dist. 




23300 


8098 


36188 


6987 


19700 


19700 






19700 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


74 












33000 


33000 






33000 


2400 




2400 


6013 




6013 


75 


Conf. Dir. Financial Affair 












33000 


33000 






33000 


2400 




2400 


7629 




7629 


76 


Conf. Dir. of Com. 












33000 


33000 






33000 


2400 


2400 


7585 




7585 




TOTAL 


606312 


843749 


151763 


1015536 


390864 


715849 


715117 


58932| 58932 


774049 


951 77| 5392 


100569 


171672 


20400 


192072 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



247 



Statistical Table No. 2 



MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 


C0NNECTI0NAL ADMINISTRATION FUNDS 


Other Than Local Church 




Q. 
§ 


c 




g 





c 
g 
to 
3 


c 
O 


g 










c 


c 










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< 




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CO 
Q. 
0- 






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1? 

c c 

c o 


T3 

S 






2-1 

ra 


S3 


5 "D 
CD O 


"5 

CD 

c 


CO < 


CO 

ro a. 


to 

U) CD 
I § 


£ 


E 
E -a 

< | 


c 
E 
-0 
< 


3i 

8 8. 
c 9- 


c 
E 

"O 




0- 
O 

■o 

c 
to 


if* 

c "■ o 

.9 £ C 


?i 
< = 


CD -p 

§■ 2 

II 


CD 
Q. 

=> -a 
W co 


1? T3 

"- CD 

a. 1 

o r 


■5 

Q. 
O 


CO ~ 

It 


3* 


>. O 

CO Q. 

< 




£•-0 

S CO 
O 0- 


"I I 

3i c 


I! 

CD c 


E 1 

< Q. 

■= Q- 

2 < 


I 

3a 

2 S. 


1 R 
£ < 


76 

c 
.9 P 

£ O- 






0- 
Q- 

5 


<0 d) o 
tr c □. 

Q_ CD < 


ll-o 

CD CD CO 

o. m o. 




C T3 

in C 

is. 


,n 2 

M> a. 

Q. Q. 

LU < 


to -o 
a. co 
LU a. 


II 

LU LL 


.— -0 

LU LL 


Hi 


II 


E .0 
£ c6 


E 9 
a; '^5 

£ 5 


8-g 

0) 5 

O LL 


Si 

to E5 


! -0 

=3 =3 


1 1 

3 3 


11 

O LL 


|| 

cSll- 




42 


43a 


43b 


44a 


44b 


45a 


45b 


46a 


46b 


47a 


47b 


49a 


49b 


50a 


50b 


51a 


51b 


52a 


52b 




2695 


2140 


2140 


1193 


1193 


236 


236 


72 


72 


57 


57 


48 


48 


129 


129 


46 


46 


1078 


1078 


1 


300 


171 


171 


129 


129 


25 


25 


8 


8 


6 


6 


5 


5 


14 


14 


5 


5 


116 


116 


2 


2976 


1611 


1611 


1215 


1215 


240 


240 


73 


73 


59 


59 


49 


49 


132 


132 


47 


47 


1097 


1097 


3 


11777 


19565 


19565 


10893 


10893 


2152 


2152 


656 


656 


525 


525 


438 


438 


1181 


1181 


420 


420 


9843 


9843 


4 


2995 


1423 


1423 


1073 


1073 


212 


212 


65 


65 


52 


52 


43 


43 


116 


116 


41 


41 


970 


970 


5 


1085 


577 


577 


434 


434 


86 


86 


26 


26 


21 


21 


17 




47 


46 


17 




393 


393 


6 


2996 


3951 


3951 


2201 


2201 


435 


435 


133 


133 


106 


106 


89 


89 


239 


239 


85 


85 


1989 


1989 


7 


2995 


3255 


3255 


1815 


1815 


359 


359 


109 


109 


87 


87 


73 


73 


197 


197 


70 


70 


1640 


1640 


8 




725 


725 


546 


546 


108 


108 


33 


33 


26 


26 


22 


22 


59 


59 


21 


21 


493 


493 


9 




75 


75 


57 


57 


11 


11 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


51 


51 


10 


2658 


1292 


1292 


974 


974 


192 


192 


59 


59 


47 


47 


39 


39 


106 


106 


38 


38 


880 


880 


11 


2995 


2240 


2240 


1436 


1436 


284 


284 


87 


87 


69 


69 


58 


58 


156 


156 


55 


55 


1298 


1298 


12 


1200 


686 


686 


440 


440 


87 


87 


26 


26 


21 


21 


18 


18 


48 


48 


17 


17 


397 


397 


13 


1633 


1771 


1771 


1135 


1135 


224 


224 


68 


68 


55 


55 


46 


46 


123 


123 


44 


44 


1025 


1025 


14 


2906 


1094 


1094 


701 


701 


139 


139 


42 


42 


34 


31 


28 


26 


76 


70 


27 


25 


633 


580 


15 


819 


514 


514 


329 


329 


65 


65 


20 


20 


16 


16 


13 




36 


36 


13 


13 


298 


298 


16 


2954 


1623 


1623 


905 


905 


179 


179 


55 


55 


44 


44 


36 


36 


98 


98 


35 


35 


818 


818 


17 


3418 


509 


509 


383 


383 


76 


76 


23 


23 


18 


18 


15 


15 


42 


42 


15 


15 


346 


346 


18 




251 


251 


161 


161 


32 


32 


10 


10 


8 


8 


6 


6 


17 


17 


6 


6 


145 


145 


19 




106 


106 


68 


68 


13 


13 


4 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


7 


7 


3 


3 


61 


61 


20 




264 


264 


169 


169 


33 


33 


10 


10 


8 


8 


7 


7 


18 


18 


7 


7 


153 


153 


21 


1487 


837 


837 


537 


537 


106 


106 


32 


32 


26 


26 


22 


22 


58 


58 


21 


21 


485 


485 


22 


1498 


797 


797 


510 


510 


101 


101 


31 


31 


25 


25 


21 


21 


55 


55 


20 


20 


461 


461 


23 


5088 


6081 


6081 


3388 


3388 


669 


669 


204 


204 


163 


163 


136 


136 


367 


367 


131 


131 


3061 


3061 


24 




714 


714 


458 


458 


91 


91 


28 


28 


22 




18 




50 




18 




414 


414 


25 


345 


429 


429 


323 


323 


64 


64 


19 


19 


16 


16 


13 


13 


35 


35 


12 


12 


292 


292 


26 


345 


348 


348 


262 


262 


52 


52 


16 


16 


13 


13 


11 


11 


28 


28 


10 


10 


236 


236 


27 




246 


246 


185 


185 


37 


37 


11 


9 


9 


9 


7 


6 


20 




7 


7 


167 


167 


28 




168 


168 


126 


126 


25 


25 


8 


8 


6 


6 


5 


5 


14 


7 


5 


5 


114 


35 


29 




128 


128 


96 


96 


19 


19 


6 


6 


5 


5 


4 


4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


87 




30 


2065 


1326 


1326 


850 


850 


168 


168 


51 


51 


41 


41 


34 


34 


92 


92 


33 


33 


768 


768 


31 


971 


302 


302 


227 


227 


45 


45 


14 


14 


11 


11 


9 


9 


25 


25 


9 


9 


206 


206 


32 




63 


63 


40 


40 


8 


8 


2 


2 


2 




2 




4 


4 


2 


2 


37 


37 


33 




133 


133 


85 


85 


17 


17 


5 


5 


4 




3 




9 


9 


3 


3 


77 


77 


34 


170 


411 


411 


263 


263 


52 


52 


16 


16 


13 


13 


11 


11 


29 


29 


10 


10 


238 


238 


35 


300 


207 


207 


132 


132 


26 


26 


8 


8 


6 


6 


5 


5 


14 


14 


5 


5 


120 


120 


36 


264 


139 


139 


89 


89 


18 


18 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


10 


10 


3 


3 


81 


81 


37 


2995 


3981 


3981 


2218 


2218 


438 


438 


134 


134 


107 


107 


89 


89 


241 


241 


86 


86 


2005 


2005 


38 


1679 


835 


835 


535 


535 


106 


106 


32 


32 


26 


26 


22 


22 


58 


58 


21 


21 


483 


483 


39 


1044 


528 


528 


338 


338 


67 


67 


20 


20 


16 


16 


14 


14 


37 


37 


13 


13 


306 


306 


40 


1385 


518 


518 


391 


391 


77 


77 


24 


24 


19 


19 


16 


16 


42 


42 


15 


15 


353 


353 


41 




216 


216 


163 


163 


32 


32 


10 


10 


8 




7 


7 


18 


18 


6 


6 


147 


147 


42 


2131 


1030 


1030 


661 


661 


131 


131 


40 


40 


32 


32 


27 




72 


72 


25 


25 


597 


597 


43 


485 


156 


156 


118 


118 


23 


23 


7 


7 


6 


6 


5 


5 


13 


13 


5 


5 


107 


107 


44 


2995 


2036 


2036 


1306 


1306 


258 


258 


79 


79 


63 


63 


53 


53 


142 


142 


50 


50 


1180 


1180 


45 




260 


260 


196 


196 


39 


39 


12 


12 


9 


9 


8 


8 


21 


21 


8 


8 


177 


177 


46 


3490 


1002 


1002 


642 


642 


127 


127 


39 


39 


31 


31 


26 


26 


70 


70 


25 


25 


580 


580 


47 




122 


122 


92 


196 


18 


18 


6 


6 


4 


4 


4 


4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


83 


83 


48 


2490 


3526 


3526 


1965 


1965 


388 


388 


118 


118 


95 


95 


79 


79 


213 


213 


76 


76 


1776 


1776 


49 


510 


323 


323 


207 


207 


41 


41 


12 


12 


10 


10 


8 


8 


22 


22 


8 


8 


187 


187 


50 


1938 


792 


792 


596 


596 


118 


118 


36 


36 


29 


29 


24 


24 


65 


65 


23 


23 


539 


539 


51 


622 


248 


248 


187 


187 


37 


37 


11 


11 


9 


9 


8 


8 


20 


20 


7 


7 


169 


169 


52 


1997 


950 


950 


609 


609 


120 


120 


37 


37 


29 


29 


24 


24 


66 


66 


23 


23 


550 


550 


53 


307 


127 


127 


96 


96 


19 


19 


6 


6 


5 


5 


4 


4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


86 


86 


54 


3248 


3006 


3006 


1675 


1675 


331 


331 


101 


101 


81 


81 


67 


67 


182 


182 


65 


65 


1513 


1513 


55 


28 


284 


284 


214 


214 


42 


42 


13 


13 


10 


10 


9 


9 


23 


23 


8 


8 


193 


193 


56 




171 


171 


128 


128 


25 


25 


8 


8 


6 


6 


5 


5 


14 


14 


5 


5 


116 


116 


57 


394 


429 


429 


324 


324 


64 


64 


20 


20 


16 


16 


13 


13 


35 


35 


12 


12 


293 


293 


58 




374 


374 


282 


282 


56 


56 


17 


17 


14 




11 




31 




11 




254 




59 




77 


77 


58 


58 


11 


11 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


52 


52 


60 




534 


534 


342 


342 


68 


68 


21 


21 


17 


17 


14 


14 


37 


37 


13 


13 


309 


309 


61 




332 


332 


212 


212 


42 


42 


13 


13 


10 


10 


9 


9 


23 


23 


8 


8 


192 


192 


62 




300 


300 


192 


192 


38 


38 


12 


12 


9 


9 


8 


8 


21 


21 


7 


7 


174 


174 


63 




160 


160 


102 


102 


20 


20 


6 


6 


5 


5 


4 


4 


11 


11 


4 


4 


92 


92 


64 




243 


243 


155 


155 


31 


31 


9 


9 


7 


7 


6 


6 


17 


17 


6 


6 


140 


140 


65 




768 


768 


492 


492 


97 


97 


30 


30 


24 


24 


20 




53 


53 


19 


19 


444 


444 


66 




166 


166 


106 


106 


21 


21 


6 


6 


5 


5 


4 




12 


12 


4 


4 


96 


96 


67 




538 


538 


345 


345 


68 


68 


21 


21 


17 


17 


14 


14 


37 


37 


13 


13 


311 


311 


68 




235 


235 


151 


151 


30 


30 


9 


9 


7 


7 


6 


6 


16 


16 


6 


6 


136 


136 


69 


1057 


470 


470 


354 


354 


70 


70 


21 


21 


17 


17 


14 


14 


38 


38 


14 


14 


320 


320 


70 


1057 


335 


335 


252 


252 


50 


50 


15 


15 


12 


12 


10 




27 


27 


10 


10 


228 


228 


71 


2607 


750 


750 


566 


566 


112 


112 


34 


34 


27 


27 


23 


23 


61 


61 


22 


22 


511 


511 


72 


2995 


2964 


2964 


1651 


1651 


326 


326 


99 


99 


80 


80 


66 


66 


179 


179 


64 


64 


1492 


1492 


73 
74 

75 


94389 


84958 


84958 


51749 


51853 


10227 


10227 


3119 


3117 


2496 


2443 


2083 


1955 


5610 


5495 


1999 


1951 


46759 


46286 


76 



248 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



BATON ROUGE-HAMMOND 







CONNECT. 








BENEVOLENCES 














ADMIN. 


























FUNDS 


CD 
O 


CD 






























o 


| 


CD 
O 


C 
CD 
O 


c 


o 


x> 


■o 






a 










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11 

1 83 

a> c c 
W £ 2 

2 £ o 

5 o < 


= 1 

> ? 




to 

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c 

3 
CD 


c 

CD 
O) 


ll 
° ° 


.2 

ct 


g 


CD 
O 

CO 






< o 
c o 
fit 


3 

B -a 

.<? CO 

Q Q. 


CD C 
•O CD 

3 O o. 


to -o 

II 


c c 


™ D. 

CD < 


"5 
O 

o x> 

i? CO 

CD Q. 


« Q. 
S* 

II 


— -a 
1 £ 

ll 


g 

Ii 

HI u_ 


< 

CD O 
S ^ 




Church and Charge 


53a 


53b 


55a 


55b 


56a 


56b 


57a 


57b 


58a 


58b 


59 


60 


1 


Amite-First 


1354 


1354 


1725 


1725 


661 


661 


292 


292 


208 


208 


239 


260 


2 


Independence 


146 


146 


186 


186 


71 


71 


31 


31 


22 


22 


26 




3 


Baker First 


1378 


1378 


1756 


1756 


673 


673 


297 


297 


212 


212 


243 


4542 


4 


Broadmoor 


12363 


12363 


15749 


15749 


6037 


6037 


2664 


2664 


1903 


1903 


2179 


12800 


5 


Francis Asbury 


1218 


1218 


1552 


1552 


595 


595 


262 


262 


187 


187 


215 


127 


6 


Hughes Memorial 


498 


498 


628 


628 


241 




106 




76 








7 


Ingleside 


2498 


2498 


3182 


3182 


1220 


1220 


538 


538 


385 


385 


440 


2545 


8 


Jefferson 


2060 


2060 


2624 


2624 


1006 


1006 


444 


444 


317 


317 


363 




9 


Jordan 


620 


620 


789 


789 


303 


303 


134 


134 


95 


95 


109 




10 


LeJeune 


64 




82 


82 


31 


31 


14 




10 




11 




11 


North Baton Rouge 


1105 


1105 


1408 


430 


540 


172 


238 


58 


170 


44 


49 


38 


12 


St. John 


1630 


1630 


2077 


2077 


796 


796 


351 


351 


251 


251 


287 




13 


St. Luke's 


499 


716 


636 


636 


244 


244 


108 


108 


77 


77 


88 


21 


14 


Istrouma 


1288 


175 


1640 


1640 


629 


629 


277 


277 


198 


198 


227 




15 


St. Paul 


796 


796 


1013 


929 


388 


356 


171 


157 


122 


112 


128 




16 


Deerford 


374 


374 


476 


476 


183 


183 


81 




58 


58 


66 




17 


Winbourne 






1309 


1309 


502 


502 


221 


221 


158 


158 


181 




18 


St. Andrew 


435 


435 


554 


554 


213 


213 


94 


94 


67 


67 


77 




19 


Beech Grove 


261 


261 


233 


233 


89 


89 


39 


39 


28 


28 


32 




20 


Macedonia 


77 


77 


98 


98 


38 


38 


17 


17 


12 


12 


14 




21 


Andrews Chapel 


192 


192 


244 


244 


94 


94 


41 


41 


30 


30 


34 




22 


Bethel 


609 


609 


776 


776 


298 


298 


131 


131 


94 


94 


107 


310 


23 


Magnolia 


579 


579 


738 


738 


283 


283 


125 


125 


89 


89 


102 


100 


24 


Blackwater 


3845 


3845 


4898 


4898 


1878 


1878 


829 


829 


592 


592 


678 


3626 


25 


Carpenter's Chapel 


520 


520 


662 


662 


254 


254 


112 




80 








26 


Mt. Zion 


297 


297 


467 


467 


179 


179 


79 


79 


56 


56 


65 




27 


St. Paul 






378 


378 


145 


145 


64 


64 


46 


46 


52 




28 


St. Peter 


210 


210 


268 


268 


103 


103 


45 


45 


32 


32 


37 




29 


Moses Chapel 


143 


143 


182 


50 


70 


15 


31 


10 


22 


5 


25 




30 


Jackson Chapel 


109 


109 


139 


139 


53 


53 


23 


23 


17 


17 


19 




31 


Wall Memorial 


965 


965 


1229 


1229 


471 


471 


208 


208 


148 


148 


170 




32 


Clear Creek 


258 


258 


329 


329 


126 


126 


56 


56 


40 


40 


45 




33 


Concord 


47 


40 


58 




22 




10 




7 








34 


New Hope 


97 


97 


124 


83 


47 




21 




15 








35 


Days 


299 


299 


380 


380 


146 


146 


64 




46 


46 


53 




36 


Center 


150 


150 


192 


192 


73 


73 


32 


32 


23 


23 


26 




37 


Darlington 


101 


101 


129 


129 


49 


49 


22 


22 


16 


16 


18 




38 


Denham Springs, First 


2518 


2518 


3207 


3207 


1229 


1229 


543 


543 


388 


388 


444 




39 


Roberts 


607 


607 


773 


773 


296 


296 


131 


131 


93 


93 


107 




40 


St. Luke 


384 


384 


489 


489 


188 


188 


83 


83 


59 


59 


68 


100 


41 


Faithful 


443 


443 


565 




216 


216 


96 


96 


68 


68 


78 


156 


42 


Mew River 


185 


185 


236 


236 


90 


90 


40 




28 


28 


33 




43 


-riendship 


750 


750 


956 


479 


366 


366 


162 


162 


115 


91 






44 


Corbin 


134 


134 


171 


171 


65 


65 


29 


29 


21 


21 


24 




45 


Gonzales First 


1482 


1482 


1887 


1887 


724 


724 


319 


319 


228 


228 


261 




46 


vleadows Chapel 


222 


222 


283 


283 


109 


109 


48 


48 


34 


34 


39 




47 


Greensburg 


729 


729 


929 


929 


356 


356 


157 


157 


112 


112 


128 




48 


Wesley Chapel 


107 


107 


133 


133 


51 


51 


22 


22 


16 


16 


18 




49 


Hammond, First 


2230 


2230 


2841 


2841 


1089 


1089 


481 


481 


343 


343 


393 


2512 


50 


Newsom 


235 


235 


299 


299 


115 


115 


51 


51 


36 


36 


41 


30 


51 


Jackson 


677 


677 


862 


862 


331 


331 


146 


146 


104 


104 


119 


255 


52 


Ethel 


210 


210 


271 


271 


104 


104 


46 


46 


33 


33 


37 




53 


<entwood 


691 


691 


880 


880 


337 


337 


149 


149 


106 


106 


122 


1000 


54 


M. Hermon 


109 


109 


138 


138 


53 


53 


23 


23 


17 


17 


19 




55 


Live Oak 


1901 


1901 


2421 


2421 


928 


928 


410 


410 


293 


293 


335 




56 


Livingston 


145 


145 


309 


309 


118 


118 


52 


52 


37 


37 


43 




57 


James Chapel 


146 


146 


186 


186 


71 


71 


31 


31 


22 


22 


26 




58 


Wangum Chapel 


185 


185 


468 


468 


179 


179 


79 


79 


57 


57 


65 




59 


.oranger 


320 




407 




156 




69 




49 








60 


Coopers Chapel 


66 




84 


84 


32 


32 


14 


14 


10 


10 


12 




61 


3 ine Grove 


389 


389 


495 


495 


190 


190 


84 




60 


60 






62 


^ontpelier 


241 


241 


307 


307 


118 


118 


52 


52 


37 


37 


42 




63 


Norwood, Asbury 


218 


218 


278 


278 


106 


106 


47 


47 


34 


34 


38 




64 


Mt. Carmel 


116 


116 


148 


148 


57 


57 


25 


25 


18 


18 


20 




65 


Wesley 


176 


176 


224 


224 


86 


86 


38 


38 


27 


27 


31 




66 


St. Francisville 


558 


558 


711 


711 


273 


273 


120 


120 


86 


86 


98 




67 


Tunica 


121 


121 


154 


154 


59 


59 


26 


26 


19 


19 


21 




68 


Slaughter 


391 


391 


498 


498 


191 


191 


84 


84 


60 


60 


69 


500 


69 


Bluff Creek 


171 


171 


218 


218 


84 


84 


37 


37 


26 


26 


30 




70 


Tangipahoa 


402 


402 


512 


512 


196 


196 


87 


87 


62 


62 


71 




71 


Pine Ridge 


244 


244 


365 


365 


140 


140 


62 




44 


44 


50 




72 


Walker 


642 


642 


818 


818 


314 


314 


138 


138 


99 


99 


113 


115 


73 


Zachary First 


1870 


1870 


2387 


2387 


915 


915 


404 


404 


288 


288 


330 


250 


74 


3r. Hammond Dist. 


























75 


Conf. Dir. Financial Affairs 


























76 


Conf. Dir. of Com. 




























TOTAL 


57100 


55747 


74820 


72078 


28683 


27762 


12657 


11779 


9038 


8624 


9730 


29287 



1 








LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 






249 


1 


/ 


















Statistical Table No. 3 




BENEVOLENCES 


1 






General Church 
































Special Da 


y Offerings 




II 


0) 

■o 
< 

2 

8& 


Q> 

O) 

O 

o 

to 
£ 


g 
■d 
o 
o 


■a 

2 
o 

c _ 
.9 o 

0- O 


T3 
tO 

6 
1 1 

0) to 

Q- Q_ 


o 

V 
QJ 

m 

ID 

6 


to 

c 2 

<D 1- 

s: c 

5 % 

2 5 

=i S 


< 

O j? 

Si 

C3 s. 




I 


:5 
o 

I 

(8 g> 

5 | 

£ CO 

O o 


c 
o 

t= 

I 

E 
o 
O 
•o 

1 


■5 

o 

? S 

£ T3 

C 3 
Z> CO 


g 
cr 
1 >- 

3 10 

I Q 


n 

CM 

to -a 

. CM 
+ CD 

ID o 

1 + 


o 
to 

■o 
to -o 

O CO 




61 


62a 


62b 


62c 


62d 


62e 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


71 


72 




1 


78 


41 




13 


132 






3460 


2500 


1092 


1023 


162 


57 


872 


88881 


1 




20 








20 






106 


124 


118 


50 




6 




6629 


2 




646 


75 




50 


771 




76 


3990 


1171 


1112 


856 


360 


59 


3094 


131596 


3 






309 






309 




215 


21027 


10500 


9975 


7500 


195 


525 


7611 


812319 


4 




105 






166 


271 




82 


2026 


1034 


983 


1048 


100 


52 


606 


93136 


5 
































24210 


6 






339 






339 




120 


10857 


2122 


2016 


190C 


255 


106 


3373 


195940 


7 




182 


79 


34 


19 


314 




111 


2844 


1749 


1662 


4680 




87 


1395 


157645 


8 




44 




107 


42 
20 


193 
20 




50 


175 


526 

55 


500 
52 






26 
3 


250 


33561 
1739 


9 
10 




106 


62 


54 


237 


459 


56 




1148 


198 


188 


2320 


213 


47 


877 


59576 


11 




481 




458 


388 


1327 






4659 


1384 


1315 


4020 


369 


69 




341746 


12 




124 


45 




45 


214 




72 


866 


424 


403 


1431 


104 


21 


726 


47398 


13 




224 


99 


95 


111 


529 






1808 


1094 


1039 


3126 




55 


602 


64275 


14 


45 




56 






56 






185 


620 


589 


1943 


150 


31 


244 


38341 


15 






30 






30 






364 


317 


302 


571 




16 


186 


16994 


16 






77 






77 






1491 


872 


829 




1045 


44 


1000 


58164 


17 










105 


105 




75 


452 
50 
25 


370 
155 

65 


351 
147 
62 




20 


18 
8 
3 




99825 
1736 


18 
19 
20 


1 


















163 


155 






8 




9576 


21 


1 


90 


48 


26 




164 




86 


690 


518 


492 


316 


550 


26 


417 


73834 


22 


1 


32 


23 


12 


9 


76 






1190 


492 


467 


729 




25 


132 


54749 


23 


354 


347 


20 


20 
71 


69 


456 
71 


20 


117 


4089 
292 


3266 


3102 
419 


1593 
318 




163 


1371 


484469 
46154 


24 
25 




25 




50 




75 




64 


110 
15 
20 


312 
252 
178 
30 


296 
239 

30 






16 
13 
8 
6 
5 




18025 
12677 
4971 
8607 
2708 


26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
















90 


4926 

1925 

25 

130 


819 
219 

82 


778 
208 
37 
78 


1694 


241 


41 
11 


471 


95082 

20756 

1555 

3610 


31 
32 
33 
34 


















330 


254 


241 




13 




117 


17928 


35 
















34 


246 


128 


121 






6 




8858 


36 


12 


12 


12 


12 


12 


48 


12 






86 


82 






4 




6747 


37 


103 


188 


98 


81 




367 






1700 


2138 


2031 


2659 




107 


1825 


137763 


38 


20 


50 


22 


18 


30 


120 


50 




400 


515 
326 


490 
310 




105 


26 
16 


100 


61720 
41367 


39 
40 


















336 


376 


358 


254 


90 


19 


50 


33328 


41 






5 






5 






489 


637 


605 


274 


509 


8 
32 


100 


9068 
48457 


42 
43 






37 






37 






682 


114 


108 






6 




8157 


44 


50 


162 


80 






242 




50 


1414 


1258 


1195 


704 


100 


63 


1420 


89808 


45 


7 
















277 


189 


179 


122 




9 




10618 


46 






33 




3 


36 




69 


7249 


619 
88 


588 
84 


13 


7 


31 
4 


782 


61823 
10020 


47 

48 


49 


211 


125 


113 


119 


568 


24 


157 


2666 


1894 


1799 


3309 


215 


95 


1365 


165839 


49 




25 


25 




25 


75 


10 




470 


199 


189 






10 


345 


12635 


50 








24 




24 






723 
159 


575 
180 


546 
171 




200 


29 
9 


240 


78464 
10959 


51 
52 




136 


20 






156 






994 


587 


557 


1008 


298 


29 


1116 


43244 


53 


















100 


92 


88 


120 


16 


5 


64 


7292 


54 






50 






50 


72 




1347 


1614 




1336 




81 


661 


187499 


55 


















117 


206 


196 






10 




10475 


56 


















44 


124 


117 






6 




9662 


57 


















170 


312 


296 






16 


10 


22582 


58 


















195 














21786 


59 




62 








62 






22 


56 


53 






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5629 


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100 


100 


330 




100 




17 




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61 
















37 


66 
80 
50 
50 


205 

185 
99 
150 


194 
176 
94 
142 


778 
149 




10 
9 
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7 


133 


9446 
6372 
5429 
6529 


62 
63 
64 
65 


















1581 


474 


450 


408 


251 


24 




158672 


66 


















220 


102 


97 






5 




5181 


67 




160 








160 






4338 


332 
145 


316 
138 


95 




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30138 
36763 


68 
69 














75 




322 


341 


324 


150 


150 


17 




49904 


70 


















138 


243 


231 






12 




16640 


71 


150 




162 


55 


10 


227 






465 


545 


518 






27 




41512 


72 




46 


214 




44 


304 




100 
165 
170 


4781 


1891 


1512 


4238 


500 
275 


80 


1222 


131561 
42078 
43474 


73 
74 
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170 










716 






43871 


76 


790 


3556 


2186 


1230 


1517 


8489 


319 


2210 


101377 


49259 


43801 


50835 


7209 


2416 


33639 


4892939 





250 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



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1 


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3 


4 


5a 


5b 


5c 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


1 


Abbeville 


Mark Meier 


385 


3 


2 










1 


2 


4 


383 


102 


7 


76 






2 


Pecan Island 


Mark Meier 


35 


3 
















1 


37 


15 


1 


9 






3 


Camphor Memorial 


George W. C. Calvin 


567 


16 


3 


2 








10 


1 


4 


573 


450 


24 


166 


98 


44 


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Baton Rouge First 


J. WoodrowHearn 


3428 


39 


59 


6 




8 


8 


41 


19 


43 


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305 


29 


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Donald R. Avery 


166 


11 
















2 


175 


65 




55 






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Donald R. Avery 


63 


2 












1 






64 


25 




34 






7 


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Kenneth M. Fisher 


477 


3 


1 


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2 


1 


7 


472 


250 


6 


84 


1 




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Wesley 


Leonard L. HaynesJr. 


556 


20 


15 


5 




4 


4 


4 


4 


9 


575 


370 


10 


26 


10 


9 


9 


Wm. B. ReillyMem. 


J. Phillip Woodland 


1771 


19 


39 


21 




4 


4 


43 


3 


12 


1788 


437 


17 


226 


32 


11 


10 


Franklin Asbury 


Melvin M. Goldman 


117 


















1 


116 


60 




32 






11 


Trinity 


Melvin M. Goldman 


61 


















1 


60 


45 




16 






12 


Franklin First 


Ira M. Robinson 


467 


4 


10 


1 








3 


2 


6 


471 


147 


10 


36 


60 




13 


McGowan 


Ira M. Robinson 


38 


1 
















1 


38 


23 




8 


3 




14 


Grand River 


Darryl A. Tate 


104 


4 












6 


5 




97 


41 


3 


18 


13 




15 


Donaldsonville First 


Darryl A. Tate 


70 










4 


4 


2 






64 


14 


1 


16 


19 




16 


Indian Bayou 


John Guyre 


240 


3 


1 


7 








1 


4 


6 


240 


85 


18 


61 






17 


Kaplan 


John Guyre 


33 




3 














1 


35 


21 


1 


2 






18 


St. Paul 


Marshall Wesley 


150 




















150 


80 


3 


78 






19 


Briggs 


Marshall Wesley 


30 




















30 


23 




4 






20 


Mt. Zion 


Marshall Wesley 


46 
















7 




39 


25 




4 






21 


Jeanerette St. Peter 


Eddie Francis 


197 


4 




3 












4 


200 


140 


11 


101 


214 




22 


Crowley Trinity 


Eddie Francis 


42 


4 




6 












1 


51 


8 




9 






23 


Godman 


Eddie Francis 


37 


2 
















2 


37 


10 


4 


6 




10 


24 


Asbury 


L. Ray Branton 


1863 


41 


70 


41 


184 


4 


188 


60 


17 


9 


1741 


558 


47 


797 


80 


23 


25 


Davidson Memorial 


Wayne & Pearl Evans 


152 


3 


5 


1 


4 




4 






1 


156 


78 


5 


57 


19 


4 


26 


Lydia 


Wayne & Pearl Evans 


36 


















1 


35 


20 


3 


12 


11 




27 


Lafayette First 


Daniel Tohline 


835 


40 


40 


19 


8 




8 


55 




14 


857 


321 


26 


137 


11 


7 


28 


Church of Covenant 


Calvin 0. Lapuyade 


383 


15 


31 


12 


23 




23 


17 




4 


397 


165 


17 


61 


35 


11 


29 


Mallalieu 


John D. Sadler 


97 


4 
















3 


98 


31 


7 


41 


74 




30 


St. James 


John D. Sadler 


108 






1 










2 


5 


102 


37 


6 


41 


70 




31 


Lottie 


Charles David Beach 


57 
















5 




52 


5 










32 


Rosedale 


Charles David Beech 


72 




7 












4 


1 


74 


35 




15 






33 


Krotz Springs 


Charles David Beech 


40 


















1 


39 


14 










34 


Melville 


Kenneth B. Chapman 


94 


1 
















2 


93 


35 




14 






35 


Palmetto 


Kenneth B. Chapman 


38 














1 




1 


36 


25 


1 


13 






36 


New Iberia First 


Robert B. Crichlow Sr. 


940 


17 


16 


8 




3 


3 


17 


6 


11 


944 


235 


37 


143 


150 


11 


37 


St. Martinville 


Robert B. Crichlow Sr. 


5 




















5 


8 










38 


New Roads First 


Margaret Lilly 


34 


1 


4 




3 




3 








36 


19 


2 


9 




2 


39 


St. Paul 


Fulton A. Raymond Sr. 


18 


1 


















19 


11 


2 


2 


2 




40 


Scott Chapel 


Fulton A. Raymond Sr. 


60 


















3 


57 


20 




14 




6 


41 


Louisiana Memorial 


William M. McCutcheon 


432 


7 


15 


14 








2 


2 


4 


460 


166 


7 


71 


36 


4 


42 


Port Barre 


William M. McCutcheon 


61 




3 
















64 


29 




10 






43 


Opelousas St. Mark 


Henry Gage 


205 


















3 


202 


162 


12 


12 




3 


44 


Washington St. Mark 


Henry Gage 


41 


















1 


40 


30 


3 


6 






45 


Plaquemine First 


George B. Cunningham 


300 


3 


3 




1 




1 


2 


4 


3 


296 


80 


1 


35 


17 


1 


46 


Hurst Chapel 


Nathaniel P. Perry 


80 


1 
















1 


80 


40 


2 


10 






47 


Bayou Goula-St. Luke 


Mathaniel P. Perry 


48 


















1 


47 


25 


2 


36 






48 


Mallalieu 


Walter Barabin 


127 






1 


8 




8 








121 


102 


2 


108 




4 


49 


Mt. Zion 


Walter Barabin 


75 




1 












1 


1 


75 


35 


2 


21 


3 




50 


St. Paul 


J.W.Wilson 


64 


2 
















3 


63 


30 




29 






51 


St. James 


J.W. Wilson 


32 










1 


1 






1 


30 


14 




14 


3 




52 


St. Peter 


Ernest E. Scott 


108 








1 




1 




1 


2 


105 


125 


5 


55 




9 


53 


Green 


Ernest E. Scott 


23 


















2 


21 


18 


1 


18 






54 


Wiley 


Ernest E. Scott 


45 




1 


1 










1 


1 


46 


30 


2 


19 






55 


D'sonville St. Peter 


Bernard Smith 


100 














3 






104 


70 




3 


61 


6 


56 


Belle Rose St. James 


Bernard Smith 


86 


















1 


85 


65 


3 


48 


3 


3 


57 


Scott Chapel 


W.C. August 


186 






2 








2 




4 


183 


132 


5 


94 




6 


58 


Shiloh 


W.C.August 


66 






2 












3 


66 


39 


2 


21 






59 


Verdunville-Friz. 


.awrence H. Pate 


20 


4 


















24 


17 


6 


12 


1 




60 


Br/Lafayette District 


Moses T. Jackson 


































61 


Conf. Dir. Sp. Min. 


Samuel W. Walker 




































TOTAL 




16011 


291 


328 


155 


232 


28 


260 


273 


91 


192 


15969 


6131 


359 


3325 


1331 


203 



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26 


27 


28 


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30 


31 


32 




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62 


195 


145 


90 


492 


327 


73 


160 


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340 


49 


205 


440500 


15000 


255000 






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84 


241 


165 


602 


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467 


230 


110 


29 






270 


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3266000 


288300 


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4 


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16 


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4 


35 


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75000 






62590 




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12 


10 


9 


34 


5 
















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8500 






6 


20 


23 


25 


135 


203 


45 


248 


150 


2 


25 


50 


125 


851 


144000 


84000 


76000 


7000 




7 


43 


45 


121 


79 


288 


130 


161 


127 


12 


35 


300 


201 


100 


400000 




27000 


21000 


3000 


8 


49 


235 


130 


335 


749 


198 


120 


290 


12 


45 




194 


640 


2907150 


259500 


26968 


147218 


2000 


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7 


5 


6 


23 


23 
















56200 


14500 








10 


7 


12 


5 


4 


28 


15 








10 


50 


12 


100 


121000 


17000 


5700 






11 


11 


60 


30 


61 


162 


73 


35 


150 








54 


63 


1265700 


155800 


125400 






12 


2 


8 




10 


20 


10 


10 














182000 


83000 


165597 






13 


5 


14 


4 


20 


43 


18 


12 














103000 


48100 


2500 






14 


3 


4 


2 


16 


25 


5 


5 










10 




184500 










15 


B 


36 


10 


43 


97 


56 


6 


137 




15 




35 


535 


92000 


37000 


23887 






16 


5 


4 


3 


6 


18 


9 


6 














208000 




4004 






17 


4 


18 


12 




34 


24 




75 




31 




37 




278000 
66000 
22500 


64000 
4000 




4200 




18 
19 
20 


8 


23 


45 


7 


83 


35 


12 


37 


6 


81 


792 


115 


400 


106000 


53000 




2236 




21 


3 


3 


2 


7 


15 


12 
















85000 










22 


7 


5 


5 




17 


















31000 










23 


82 


225 


125 


252 


684 


399 




600 


23 


22 




152 


2365 


2691500 


275000 


61406 


556730 




24 


14 


33 


16 


43 


106 


42 


14 


53 




12 


42 


21 


1260 


425000 


80000 


11100 


6160 




25 


2 


7 


1 


10 


20 


12 




6 












90000 




1000 






26 


103 


144 


41 


199 


487 


217 


16 


28 


10 


20 




130 


911 


3200000 


312000 


122823 


57668 




27 


26 


80 


24 


40 


170 


110 


10 


6 


12 


40 


700 


75 


3933 


971250 


100800 


67777 


344395 




28 


7 


9 


4 


10 


30 


11 












12 


100 


102000 


77000 








29 


7 


6 


4 


10 


27 


14 






2 






12 


100 


195000 


15000 


4000 






30 




























75000 


20000 








31 


3 


4 




10 


17 


10 
















180000 
44000 


36000 
15000 


9444 






32 
33 


2 


5 






7 


4 












9 




105100 


65300 


17921 






34 


2 


6 


1 




9 


5 
















65000 


15000 


5049 






35 


43 


127 


39 


121 


330 


121 


73 


142 


10 


12 




105 


2115 


1172340 
8000 


94200 


54900 
2928 


87164 




36 
37 


5 


6 


1 


7 


19 


9 




2 








12 




110000 




13520 






38 


2 


4 






6 


















23700 


9000 








39 


2 


10 


9 


2 


23 


















42300 




1600 


2018 




40 


13 


48 


17 


50 


128 


51 


11 


42 


4 


12 


100 


20 


382 


600000 


136000 


24200 


1300 




41 


8 


10 


7 


12 


37 


19 


8 














130000 




29000 






42 


10 


23 


14 


15 


62 


30 


14 






18 


910 


40 


1020 


120000 
14000 


16000 


105000 




326 


43 

44 


10 


42 


10 


51 


113 


50 


70 


100 


1 






35 


505 


299000 


45000 


70000 






45 


5 


20 


10 


5 


40 


22 


8 


10 












165000 




6000 


10645 




46 


4 


15 


24 




43 


30 
















60000 




500 






47 


4 


20 


35 




59 


47 




7 




40 


400 


21 


550 


115000 


8800 








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2 


20 


5 


10 


37 


15 






1 


14 


375 


23 


340 


76000 




8000 






49 


5 


10 


12 


8 


35 


32 
















4000 




2000 






50 


3 


11 


6 




20 


13 


























51 


4 


35 


8 




47 


23 












16 


1400 


43000 




3000 






52 


3 


10 


9 


4 


26 


20 












16 
18 


349 
300 


19000 
28000 




389 
1122 






53 
54 


5 


10 


15 


5 


35 


15 


12 


8 


3 


12 


30 


30 


264 


140000 


20000 








55 


4 


16 


15 


3 


38 


25 


12 


6 




17 


200 


35 


240 


96000 










56 


6 


70 


10 


6 


92 


20 


22 


65 




19 


1800 


18 


300 


142000 
43000 




8781 


12768 


1000 


57 
58 


2 


8 


3 




13 


11 
















50000 
1565000 


175000 




84880 




59 
60 






































61 


742 


2048 


1214 


2345 


6349 


2902 


1194 


2342 


142 


545 


12264 


1955 


20628 


23907740 


2690300 


3193161 


1427909 


8706 





252 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



BATON ROUGE— LAFAYETTE 



LOCAL CHURCH EXPENDITURES 


MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 










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Local Church 








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Church and Charge 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38a 


38b 


39a 


39b 


39c 


40a 


40b 


40c 


41a 


41b 


41c 


1 


Abbeville 




10183 


3048 


17459 


8378 


12600 


12600 






12600 


5000 




5000 


3300 




3300 


2 


Pecan Island 


8964 


1400 


451 


1171 


143 


720 


720 






720 








900 




900 


3 


Camphor Memorial 




7244 


3285 


7826 


2000 


17271 


17271 






17271 


2700 




2700 


1800 




1800 


4 


Baton Rouge First 


2375 


133518 


39367 


160970 


713783 


39162 


39162 


64400 


64400 


103562 


3022 


6774 


9796 


4200 


14700 


18900 


5 


Neely 


4258 




1158 


2987 


1589 


9270 


9270 






9270 


3000 




3000 


2239 




2239 


6 


Hartzell 






564 


801 




2904 


2904 






2904 


525 




525 


480 




480 


7 


St. Mark 


10418 




9147 


16834 




13000 


13000 






13000 


300 




300 


4380 




4380 


6 


Wesley 


11237 


2368 


2500 


16128 


5690 


20000 


20000 






20000 


1000 




1000 


4200 




4200 


9 


Wm.B. ReillyMem. 


38876 


58580 


17380 


123477 


36590 


38500 


38500 


14500 


14500 


53000 


1493 


1403 


2896 


4200 


4200 


8400 


10 


Franklin Asbury 






75 


1905 


638 


4656 


4656 






4656 








300 




300 


11 


Trinity 




500 


150 


3508 


688 


3672 


3672 






3672 








300 




300 


12 


Franklin First 


2081 


11773 


3880 


32208 


6150 


18472 


18472 






18472 


2400 




2400 


3780 




3780 


13 


McGowan 




5702 


100 


2420 


14 


5800 


5800 






580 








600 




600 


14 


Grand River 


4734 


2759 


377 


2596 


896 


4008 


4456 






4456 


1227 




1227 


2250 




2250 


15 


Donaldsonville First 




769 


128 


964 


274 


3000 


3000 






3000 


1060 




1060 


2461 




2461 


16 


Indian Bayou 




18868 


1902 


5139 


3372 


5820 


5456 






5456 


1667 




1667 


2917 




2917 


17 


Kaplan 




145394 


50 


753 


625 


3280 


3075 






3075 


313 




313 


1380 




1380 


18 


St. Paul 


5800 




150 


1830 




6390 


6390 






6390 


900 




900 


900 




900 


19 


Briggs 








775 




1920 


1920 






1920 














20 


Mt. Zion 








585 




1224 


1224 






1224 














21 


Jeanerette St. Peter 


4461 


579 


909 


1510 




5160 


5160 






5160 


360 




360 


252 




252 


22 


Crowley Trinity 






40 


41 




480 


480 






480 














23 


Godman 


2000 


60 


120 






1140 


1140 






1140 


150 




150 


360 




360 


24 


Asbury 


77830 


65931 


17817 


138562 


112645 


40600 


40600 


31000 


31000 


71600 


4350 


5943 


10293 


4200 


8400 


12600 


25 


Davidson Memorial 


6560 


1948 


2035 


9410 


3611 


10000 


10000 


5250 


5250 


15250 


4800 




4800 


4800 


2245 


7045 


26 


Lydia 




4850 


259 


992 


168 


4200 


4200 


700 


700 


4900 














27 


Lafayette First 


17970 


697788 


16509 


106930 


44553 


26520 


26520 


8132 


8132 


34652 


4017 


1096 


5113 


4800 


1527 


6327 


28 


Church of Covenant 


47840 


17773 


6015 


36886 


2620 


22400 


22400 






22400 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


29 


Mallalieu 




1164 


452 


1049 


1849 


5850 


5850 






5850 


1339 




1339 


260 




260 


30 


St. James 




3439 


520 


2513 




5850 


5850 






5850 


1339 




1339 


260 




260 


31 


Lottie 








1237 




5400 


5400 






5400 


684 




684 


1200 




1200 


32 


Rosedale 






536 


2987 




3600 


3600 






3600 


814 




814 


2690 




2690 


33 


Krotz Springs 








500 




2052 


2052 






2052 


300 




300 








34 


Melville 




475 


207 


1703 


250 


2700 


2650 






2650 


960 




960 


1620 




1620 


35 


Palmetto 




1961 


129 


1153 




1500 


1500 






1500 


240 




240 


1260 




1260 


36 


Mew Iberia First 


17208 


13529 


4737 


55754 


12965 


25757 


25757 






25757 


5600 




5600 


3000 




3000 


37 


St. Martinville 




85 




268 




1200 


875 






875 














38 


Mew Roads First 




6202 


375 


1175 


4500 


2700 


2700 






2700 








900 




900 


39 


St. Paul 






120 


678 




720 


720 






720 














40 


Scott Chapel 


1175 






455 




900 


900 






900 














41 


-ouisiana Memorial 




18400 


7783 


30159 


14288 


17600 


17600 






17600 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


42 


Port Barre 




532 


420 


2931 


675 


4410 


4410 






4410 














43 


Opelousas St. Mark 


1465 


1655 


558 


5806 


756 


10670 


10670 






10670 


2744 




2744 


2808 




2808 


44 


Washington St. Mark 












2400 


2400 






2400 








600 




600 


45 


Plaquemine First 




853 


3393 


9332 


2290 


13400 


13400 






13400 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


46 


Hurst Chapel 


11998 


270 


100 


1727 


90 


4800 


4800 






4800 








400 




400 


47 


3ayou Goula-St. Luke 




282 


135 


479 




1440 


1440 






1440 








200 




200 


48 


vlallalieu 






800 


4500 




7800 


7800 






7800 


828 




828 


533 




533 


49 


Mt. Zion 




3000 


450 


1650 




1820 


1820 






1820 


400 




400 


200 




200 


50 


St. Paul 






64 


688 


26 


2400 


2400 






2400 








300 




300 


51 


St. James 






109 


205 




600 


600 






600 








15 




15 


52 


St. Peter 




75 


60 


3143 


10 


2000 


2000 






2000 


1000 




1000 


1000 




1000 


53 


Green 




1754 




497 




547 


547 






547 


68 




68 


274 




274 


54 


Wiley 




2000 




394 


38 


984 


984 






984 


98 




98 


342 




342 


55 


D'sonville St. Peter 




8212 


45 




200 


5200 


5200 






5200 


600 




600 


600 




600 


56 


3elle Rose St. James 






200 


50 


204 


4410 


4410 






4410 


600 




600 


360 




360 


57 


Scott Chapel 


6217 


147 


250 


1950 


250 


7210 


7210 






7210 


1196 




1196 


650 




650 


58 


Shiloh 








510 




2160 


2205 






2205 


150 




150 


240 




240 


59 


Verdunville-Friz. 




4500 


150 


400 




620 


620 






620 














60 


Br/Lafayette District 












33000 


33000 






33000 


2400 




2400 


6300 




6300 


61 


Conf. Dir. Sp. Min. 












33000 


33000 






33000 


2400 




2400 


6366 




6366 




TOTAL 


283467 


626522 


149009 


828560 


982908 


536869 


536418 


123982 


123982 


660400 


69244 


15216 


84460 


99977 


31072| 131049 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



253 



Statistical Table No. 2 



MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 


C0NNECTI0NAL ADMINISTRATION FUNDS 


Other Than Local Church 


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42 


43a 


43b 


44a 


44b 


45a 


45b 


46a 


46b 


47a 


47b 


49a 


49b 


50a 


50b 


51a 


51b 


52a 


52b 




2715 


1826 


1826 


1170 


1170 


231 


231 


70 


70 


56 


56 


47 


47 


127 


127 


45 


45 


1057 


1057 


1 


154 


181 


181 


137 


137 


27 


27 


8 


8 


7 


7 


6 


6 


15 


15 


5 


5 


124 


124 


2 


3451 


2063 


2063 


1321 


1321 


261 


261 


80 


80 


64 


64 


53 


53 


143 


143 


51 


51 


1193 


1193 


3 


11960 


16827 


16827 


9372 


9372 


1852 


1852 


565 


565 


452 


452 


377 


377 


1016 


1016 


361 


361 


8468 


8468 


4 


2605 


674 


674 


508 


508 


100 


100 


31 


31 


24 


24 


20 


20 


55 


55 


20 


20 


459 


459 


5 


701 


233 


233 


175 


175 


35 


35 


11 


11 


8 


8 


7 


7 


19 


19 


7 


7 


159 


159 


6 


3178 


1941 


1941 


1243 


1243 


246 


246 


75 


75 


60 


60 


50 


50 


135 


135 


48 


48 


1123 


1123 


7 


2995 


2320 


2320 


1486 


1486 


294 


294 


90 


90 


72 


72 


60 


60 


161 


161 


57 


57 


1343 


1343 


8 


5797 


10042 


10042 


5596 


5596 


1106 


1106 


337 


337 


270 


270 


225 


225 


607 


607 


216 


216 


5057 


5057 


9 


925 


452 


452 


290 


290 


57 


57 


17 


17 


14 


14 


12 


12 


31 


31 


11 


11 


262 


262 


10 


925 


325 


325 


208 


208 


41 


41 


13 


13 


10 


10 


8 


8 


23 


23 


8 


8 


188 


188 


11 


2585 


2746 


2746 


1530 


1530 


302 


302 


92 


92 


74 


74 


62 


62 


166 


166 


59 


59 


1383 


1383 


12 


410 


287 


287 


184 


184 


36 


36 


11 


11 


9 


9 


7 


7 


20 


20 


7 


7 


166 


166 


13 


376 


443 


443 


334 


334 


66 


66 


20 


20 


16 


16 


13 


13 


36 


36 


13 


13 


302 


302 


14 


328 


383 


383 


289 


289 


57 


57 


17 


17 


14 


14 


12 


12 


31 


31 


11 


11 


261 


261 


15 


1174 


747 


747 


562 


562 


111 


111 


34 


34 


27 


27 


23 


23 


61 


61 


22 


22 


508 


508 


16 


484 


170 


170 


128 


128 


25 


25 


8 


8 


6 


6 


5 


5 


14 


14 


5 


5 


116 


116 


17 


1099 


501 


501 


377 


377 


75 


75 


23 


23 


18 


18 


15 


15 


41 


41 


15 


15 


341 


341 


18 


317 


115 


115 


87 


87 


17 


17 


5 


5 


4 


4 


3 


3 


9 


9 


3 


3 


78 


78 


19 




128 


128 


97 


97 


19 


19 


6 


6 


5 


5 


4 


4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


87 


87 


20 




554 


554 


417 


417 


82 


82 


25 


25 


20 


20 


17 


17 


45 


45 


16 


16 


376 


376 


21 




91 


91 


58 


58 


12 


12 


4 


4 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


53 


53 


22 




130 


130 


83 


83 


16 


16 


5 


5 


4 


4 


3 


3 


9 


9 


3 


3 


75 


75 


23 


10578 


9569 


9569 


5331 


5331 


1053 


1053 


321 


321 


257 


257 


215 


215 


578 


578 


206 


206 


4817 


4817 


24 


2993 


741 


741 


559 


559 


110 


110 


34 


34 


27 


27 


22 


22 


61 


61 


22 


22 


505 


505 


25 


855 


150 


150 


113 


113 


22 


22 


7 


7 


5 


5 


5 


5 


12 


12 


4 


4 


102 


102 


26 


2995 


5147 


5147 


2870 


2870 


567 


567 


173 


173 


138 


138 


115 


115 


311 


311 


111 


111 


2593 


2593 


27 


2995 


1530 


1530 


1154 


1154 


228 


228 


70 


70 


56 


56 


46 


46 


125 


125 


44 


44 


1043 


1043 


28 




358 


358 


269 


269 


53 


53 


16 


16 


13 


13 


11 


11 


29 


29 


10 


10 


244 


244 


29 


1025 


385 


385 


290 


290 


57 


57 


17 


17 


14 


14 


12 


12 


31 


31 


11 


11 


262 


262 


30 


900 


279 


279 


211 


211 


42 


42 


13 


13 


10 


10 






23 








190 




31 


652 


328 


302 


248 


248 


49 


41 


15 


15 


12 


4 


10 


2 


27 


4 


10 


2 


224 


36 


32 


30 


137 




103 




20 




6 




5 




4 




11 




4 




93 




33 




362 


362 


232 


232 


46 


46 


14 


14 


11 


11 


9 


9 


25 


25 


9 


9 


210 


210 


34 




198 


198 


127 


127 


25 


25 


8 


8 


6 


6 


5 


5 


14 


14 


5 


5 


115 


115 


35 


3044 


4964 


4964 


2766 


2766 


547 


547 


167 


167 


133 


133 


111 


111 


300 


300 


107 


107 


2499 


2499 


36 




43 


30 


27 


19 


5 


4 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


2 


1 


1 


25 


16 


37 




167 


167 


107 


107 


21 


21 


6 


6 


5 


5 


4 


4 


12 


12 


4 


4 


97 


97 


38 




65 


65 


42 


42 


8 


8 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


5 


5 


2 


2 


38 


38 


39 




176 


176 


113 




22 


22 


7 


7 


5 




5 




12 


12 


4 




102 




40 


2995 


2471 


2471 


1377 


1377 


272 


272 


83 


83 


66 


66 


55 




149 


149 


53 


53 


1244 


1244 


41 


193 


294 


294 


188 


188 


37 


37 


11 


11 


9 


9 


8 




20 


20 


7 


7 


170 


170 


42 


2488 


939 


939 


602 


602 


119 


119 


36 


36 


29 


29 


24 


24 


65 


65 


23 


23 


544 


544 


43 




183 


183 


117 


117 


23 


23 


7 


7 


6 


6 


5 


5 


13 


13 


5 


5 


106 


106 


44 


3725 


1384 


1384 


887 


887 


175 


175 


53 


53 


43 


43 


36 


36 


96 


96 


34 


34 


801 


801 


45 




334 


334 


214 


214 


42 


42 


13 


13 


10 


10 


9 


9 


23 


23 


8 


8 


193 


193 


46 




157 


157 


101 


101 


20 


20 


6 


6 


5 


5 


4 


4 


11 


11 


4 


4 


91 


91 


47 


800 


488 


488 


312 


312 


62 


62 


19 


19 


15 


15 


13 


13 


34 


34 


12 


12 


282 


282 


48 


375 


259 


259 


166 


166 


33 


33 


10 


10 


8 


8 


7 


7 


18 


18 


6 


6 


150 




49 




187 


187 


120 


120 


24 


24 


7 


7 


6 


6 


5 


5 


13 


13 


5 


5 


108 


108 


50 




105 




67 




13 


13 


4 




3 




3 


3 


7 


7 


3 




61 


10 


51 




344 


344 


220 


220 


43 


43 


13 


13 


11 


11 


9 


9 


24 


24 


8 


8 


199 


199 


52 




90 


90 


58 


58 


11 


11 


3 


3 






2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


52 


52 


53 




140 


140 


89 


89 


18 


18 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


10 


10 


3 


3 


81 


81 


54 


204 


363 


363 


233 


233 


46 




14 




11 




9 




23 




9 


9 


210 


210 


55 




343 


343 


220 


220 


43 


43 


13 


13 


11 


11 


9 


9 


24 


24 


8 


8 


199 


199 


56 


1479 


713 


713 


456 


456 


90 


90 


27 


27 


22 


22 


18 


18 


49 


49 


18 


18 


412 


412 


57 


439 


198 


198 


149 


149 


30 


30 


9 


9 


7 


7 


6 


6 


16 


16 


6 


6 


135 


135 


58 




81 


81 


52 


52 


10 


10 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


47 


47 


59 
60 


80944 


76851 


76570 


45842 


45551 


9054 


8979 


2762 


2737 


2206 


2174 


1836 


1747 


4966 


4885 


1759 


1740 


41423 


40640 


61 



254 

BATON ROUGE— LAFAYETTE 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 







CONNECT. 








BENEVOLENCES 














ADMIN. 


























FUNDS 


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Church and Charge 


53a 


53b 


55a 


55b 


56a 


56b 


57a 


57b 


58a 


58b 


59 


60 


1 


Abbeville 


1027 


1027 


1692 


1692 


649 


649 


286 


286 


204 


204 


234 


321 


2 


Pecan Island 


104 


104 


198 


198 


76 


76 


33 


33 


24 


24 


27 




3 


Camphor Memorial 


1275 


1275 


1909 


1909 


732 


732 


323 


323 


231 


231 


264 




4 


Baton Rouge First 


8553 


8553 


13550 


13550 


5194 


5194 


2292 


2292 


1637 


1637 


1874 


3025 


5 


Neely 


651 


651 


735 


735 


282 


282 


124 


124 


89 


89 


102 




6 


Hartzell 


201 


201 


254 


254 


97 


97 


43 


43 


31 


31 


35 




7 


St. Mark 






1797 


1797 


689 


689 


304 


304 


217 


217 


249 




8 


Wesley 






2149 


1500 


824 


824 


363 


363 


260 


260 


297 




9 


Wm. B. Reilly Mem. 


5298 


5298 


8090 


8090 


3101 


3101 


1369 


1369 


978 


978 


1119 


1050 


10 


Franklin Asbury 


317 


317 


419 


419 


161 


161 


71 


71 


51 


51 


58 




11 


Trinity 


210 


210 


301 


301 


115 


115 


51 


51 


36 


36 


42 




12 


Franklin First 


1741 


1741 


2212 


2212 


848 


848 


374 


374 


267 


267 


306 


900 


13 


McGowan 


252 


252 


266 


266 


102 


102 


45 


45 


32 


32 


37 




14 


Grand River 


322 


322 


483 


483 


185 


185 


82 


82 


58 


58 


67 


150 


15 


Donaldsonville First 






418 


418 


160 


160 


71 


71 


50 


50 


58 




16 


Indian Bayou 


680 


680 


813 


813 


312 


312 


138 


138 


98 


98 


112 




17 


Kaplan 


179 


156 


186 


186 


71 


71 


31 


31 


22 


22 


26 




18 


St. Paul 


436 


436 


545 


545 


209 


209 


92 


92 


66 


66 


75 




19 


Briggs 


104 


104 


125 


125 


48 


48 


21 


21 


15 


15 


17 




20 


Mt. Zion 


115 


115 


140 


140 


54 


54 


24 


24 


17 


17 




19 


21 


Jeanerette St. Peter 


416 


416 


602 


602 


231 


231 


102 


102 


73 


73 


83 




22 


Crowley Trinity 


95 


95 


84 


84 


32 


32 


14 


14 


10 


10 


12 




23 


Godman 


79 


79 


121 


121 


46 


46 


20 


20 


15 


15 


17 




24 


Asbury 


5656 


5656 


7707 


7707 


2954 


2954 


1304 


1304 


931 


931 


1066 


5735 


25 


Davidson Memorial 


499 


499 


808 


808 


310 


310 


137 


137 


98 


98 


112 


116 


26 


Lydia 


137 


137 


163 


163 


63 


63 


28 


28 


20 


20 


23 


6 


27 


Lafayette First 


3212 


3212 


4149 


4149 


1590 


1590 


702 


702 


501 


501 


574 


999 


28 


Church of Covenant 


845 


845 


1668 


1668 


639 


639 


282 


282 


202 


202 


231 




29 


Mallalieu 


319 


378 


390 


390 


149 


149 


66 


66 


47 


47 


54 




30 


St. James 


305 


205 


419 


419 


161 


161 


71 


71 


51 


51 


58 




31 


Lottie 






305 




117 




52 




37 








32 


Rosedale 






388 


58 


137 


24 


61 


10 


43 


6 






33 


Krotz Springs 






149 




57 




25 




18 








34 


Melville 


283 


283 


335 


335 


128 


128 


57 


57 


41 


41 


46 




35 


Palmetto 


124 


124 


184 


184 


70 


70 


31 


31 


22 


22 


25 




36 


New Iberia First 


4553 


4553 


3999 


3999 


1533 


1533 


676 


676 


483 


483 


553 




37 


St. Martinville 


38 


38 


40 


28 


15 


11 


7 


5 


5 


4 


4 




38 


New Roads First 


114 


114 


154 


154 


59 


59 


26 


26 


19 


19 






39 


St. Paul 


53 




60 


60 


23 


23 


10 


10 


7 


7 






40 


Scott Chapel 


125 




163 


50 


62 




28 




28 




5 




41 


Louisiana Memorial 


1409 


1409 


1991 


1991 


763 


763 


337 


337 


241 


241 


275 


205 


42 


Port Barre 


230 


230 


272 


272 


104 


104 


46 


46 


33 


33 


38 


20 


43 


Opelousas St. Mark 


604 


604 


870 


870 


333 


333 


147 


147 


105 


105 


120 




44 


Washington St. Mark 


147 


147 


170 


170 


65 


65 


29 


29 


21 


21 


23 




45 


Plaquemine First 


750 


750 


1282 


1282 


491 


491 


217 


217 


155 


155 


177 


5561 


46 


Hurst Chapel 


163 


163 


309 


309 


118 


118 


52 


52 


37 


37 


43 




47 


Bayou Goula-St. Luke 






146 


146 


56 


56 


25 


25 


18 


18 


20 




48 


Mallalieu 


271 


271 


452 


452 


173 


173 


76 


76 


55 


55 


62 




49 


Mt. Zion 


144 


144 


240 


240 


92 


92 


41 


41 


29 


29 


33 




50 


St. Paul 


140 


140 


173 


173 


66 


66 


29 


29 


21 


21 


24 




51 


St. James 






97 


10 


37 




16 


10 


12 


10 


10 




52 


St. Peter 


171 


171 


318 


318 


122 


122 


54 


54 


38 


38 


44 


100 


53 


Green 


51 


51 


84 


84 


32 


32 


14 


14 


10 


10 


12 




54 


Wiley 


59 


59 


129 


129 


50 


50 


22 


22 


16 




18 


38 


55 


D'sonville St. Peter 






336 


336 


129 


129 


57 




41 








56 


Belle Rose St. James 


247 


247 


318 


318 


122 


122 


54 


54 


38 


38 


44 




57 


Scott Chapel 


438 


438 


660 


660 


253 


253 


112 


112 


80 


80 


91 




58 


Shiloh 


142 


142 


216 


216 


83 


83 


37 


37 


26 


26 


30 




59 


Verdunville-Friz. 


68 


68 


75 


75 


29 


29 


13 


13 


9 


9 


10 




60 


Br/Lafayette District 


























61 


Conf. Dir. Sp. Min. 




























TOTAL 


43352 


43110 


66308 


64663 


25403 


25013 


11214 


10993 


8019 


7839 


8936 


18245 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



255 



Statistical Table No. 3 





BENEVOLENCES 








General Church 
































Special Da 


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3 

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c 
g 

3 

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c 

£ 3 

O CO 




61 


62a 


62b 


62c 


62d 


62e 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


71 


72 






121 


31 




71 


223 






1696 


1128 


1171 




145 


56 




76144 


1 


150 
















230 


132 


125 






7 




15519 


2 


150 


183 


105 


75 


200 


563 




94 


745 


1273 


1209 






64 


1562 


61200 


3 




4370 


205 






4575 




171 


16284 


9033 
490 


8581 
465 


541 
1000 


1000 


452 

24 


5775 


1315058 
33959 


4 

5 




















169 


161 


1000 




8 




8628 


6 




100 


100 




100 


300 




55 


258 


1198 


1138 




600 


60 


1000 


70043 


7 


















65 


1000 


1000 


70 


655 


70 


200 


78305 


8 




735 


272 


274 


277 


1558 




28 


7059 
133 


3394 
279 


5124 
265 


2376 


200 


270 
14 


2890 


412328 
11441 


9 
10 


















45 


201 


191 






10 




11769 


11 




470 


33 




262 


1065 




100 


9716 


1475 


1401 


1506 


220 


74 


4513 


116461 


12 






40 




6 


46 






115 


178 


169 






9 




17024 


13 






10 






10 






178 


322 


306 






16 




23093 


14 








20 




20 






320 


278 


265 


303 




14 




12016 


15 




77 






53 


130 






443 


542 


515 






27 


380 


46780 


16 




14 


19 

10 
10 




10 


43 
11 
10 
10 






151 
75 


124 
363 
83 
93 


118 
345 
79 
88 




400 


6 
18 
4 
5 




153485 
21110 
3850 
2734 


17 
18 
19 
20 




















402 


382 






20 




17094 


21 




















56 


53 






3 




1151 


22 




















80 


76 






4 




4616 


23 
















338 


8292 


9638 


4881 


6237 


193 


257 


3224 


598616 


24 


17 


91 


26 


22 


8 


147 




125 


530 


539 


512 


691 


115 


27 


354 


60870 


25 




43 


35 


12 


6 


96 






48 


109 


104 


221 




5 




13467 


26 


23 


157 


156 




60 


373 


80 


145 


6038 


2766 


2928 


1520 


565 


138 


3267 


344432 


27 




83 


27 




80 


190 




86 


3017 


1112 


1056 


183 


210 


56 


1315 


158517 


?B 




50 






30 


50 
30 






98 


260 
280 


247 
266 






13 

14 




14620 
17678 


29 
30 




















203 


193 






10 




10382 


31 


















103 


36 


51 


23 




8 




12252 
2882 


32 
33 


















295 


223 


212 


240 


110 


11 


100 


10864 


34 


















539 


122 


116 






6 




7985 


35 


100 


188 


100 
160 


30 




288 
160 
30 




124 


4172 

871 
78 
150 


2666 
18 
103 
66 


2733 
17 
98 


3186 


1082 


133 
1 
5 

53 
5 


1710 


181179 
1429 
17884 
1982 
2987 


36 
37 

38 
39 
40 




112 


71 


96 


84 


363 


84 




849 


1327 


1261 


1240 


144 


66 


883 


114978 


41 




34 


13 






47 






311 


181 


172 






9 




11360 


42 


100 


50 








50 


15 




250 


580 

113 


551 
108 


1140 




29 
6 


300 


36510 
4162 


43 
44 




111 


53 


46 


36 


246 


23 




10041 


855 


812 


278 


125 


43 


1366 


65524 


45 






40 






40 






124 


206 


196 




10 


10 




21539 


46 






12 






12 






64 


97 


92 






5 




3470 


47 






51 


60 
13 




111 
13 




152 


255 
90 


301 
160 


286 
152 






15 




18555 
9548 


48 
49 






20 


35 




55 






50 


115 


109 






6 




4741 


50 








9 




9 






11 
25 


15 
56 
24 


15 
53 
113 


500 




3 
11 


25 

20 

200 


1052 
9121 
3679 
4546 
17214 


51 
52 
53 
54 
55 






37 






37 


34 




85 


212 


201 


370 




11 


240 


8707 


56 


















132 


440 
144 


418 
137 


1764 


250 


22 

7 


150 


25964 
4922 


57 
58 






15 






15 




25 
185 


45 


50 


48 




1150 


3 




6266 
43035 


59 
60 
















100 










300 






42166 


61 


540 


6989 


1962 


692 


1283 


10926 


236 


1728 


74087 


45310 


41365 


24389 


7474 


2223 


29474 


4428893 





256 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



LAKE CHARLES 









CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 








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Church and Charge 


Pastor 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5a 


5b 


5c 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


1 


Cameron Wakefield 


Edwin H. House Jr. 


129 




1 
















130 


30 




20 






2 


Grand Chenier 


Edwin H. House Jr. 


58 




















58 




1 


15 






3 


Church Point 


Nathan T. Avant Jr. 


65 


1 


1 


1 








2 




1 


65 


39 


1 


9 






4 


Maxie 


Nathan T. Avant Jr. 


16 




















16 


14 










5 


Ville Platte 


Nathan T. Avant Jr. 


34 




















34 


17 




1 


2 




6 


Crowley First 


Larry D. Robertson 


524 




8 






1 


1 


9 


2 


10 


510 


130 


6 


42 


5 




7 


DeQuincy First 


John E. Scarf 


300 


5 


2 


2 








3 


1 


4 


301 


100 


7 


34 


20 


5 


8 


Ragley Squyres 


John E. Scarf 


96 


4 


1 


3 








3 




1 


100 


70 




36 


52 




9 


Deridder First 


Jack S. Winegeart 


613 


8 


6 


1 




1 


1 


12 


8 


5 


602 


203 


16 


103 


39 


7 


10 


Deridder Wesley 


Arthur M. Baker 


174 




3 












2 


2 


173 


73 




24 






11 


Merryville 


Arthur M. Baker 


100 


1 












1 




2 


98 


41 


2 


14 






12 


Elizabeth 


Glynn L. Foreman 


52 




















52 


27 




2 






13 


Hopewell 


Glynn L. Foreman 


75 














3 






72 


40 




1 






14 


Pine Grove 


Glynn L. Foreman 


13 




















13 


5 






1 




15 


Eunice First 


William A. Rowell Jr. 


286 


9 


4 


2 




3 


8 


2 


10 


4 


277 


85 


8 


34 


53 


9 


16 


lota 


William A. Rowell Jr. 


27 


2 












3 




2 


24 


17 


1 


3 


12 


1 


17 


Fairview 


Donald R. Morgan 


78 


11 


3 


4 




28 


28 




2 


1 


65 


37 


7 


22 






18 


Sweetlake 


Donald R. Morgan 


83 




2 


2 




2 


2 




11 


3 


71 


45 




23 






19 


Gueydan 


Joe L. Rountree 


227 


4 


3 


4 








1 




3 


234 


77 


3 


51 


7 


3 


20 


Iowa First 


Robert Hutson 


178 


1 


6 


3 












3 


185 


80 




29 


11 


1 


21 


Hayes Bernard Mem. 


Robert Hutson 


31 






1 














32 


22 




4 


2 


1 


22 


Jennings First 


JimmieD. Pyles 


529 


5 


3 


14 




3 


3 


4 


2 


2 


540 


181 


14 


28 


31 


14 


23 


Jennings Trinity 


John David Strozier 


81 




3 


2 




3 


3 


1 




1 


81 


50 


1 


10 






24 


Kinder 


Gary L. Van Horn 


140 




2 










4 




1 


137 






9 






25 


Oberlin 


Gary L. Van Horn 


34 




















28 


17 










26 


Basile 


Gary L. Van Horn 


20 


















1 


19 


10 




1 






27 


Lake Arthur 


A. Swindell Hodges Jr. 


199 


3 




1 












5 


198 


49 


2 


18 


29 


3 


28 


Lake Charles First 


J. Henry Bowdon Jr. 


1594 


11 


5 


13 




55 


55 


37 


16 


19 


1496 


425 


18 


110 


35 


7 


29 


Oak Park 


Steven W. Caraway 


271 


4 


14 


6 




1 


1 


8 




1 


285 


100 


3 


21 


10 




30 


St. Luke-Simpson 


Charles B. Simmons 


601 


12 


17 


4 


29 


10 


39 


33 


17 


4 


541 


250 


7 


89 


47 


8 


31 


University LC 


Woodrow W. Smith 


1910 


34 


46 


22 




6 


6 


14 


19 


16 


1957 


472 


48 


154 


203 


13 


32 


Warren 


Richard H. Harry 


368 


10 


1 


3 








4 


4 


8 


366 


250 


8 


127 


30 


10 


33 


Leesville First 


Lewis L. Olmsted 


408 


6 


7 


8 


15 




15 


10 


9 


6 


389 


125 


5 


31 






34 


Holly Grove 


Lewis L. Olmsted 


56 


1 












3 




2 


52 


25 


1 








35 


Leesville Mt. Zion 


ObieJ.Southall 


86 


















7 


79 


50 




9 






35 


Macedonia 


ObieJ.Southall 


75 


1 








5 


5 






2 


69 


35 


1 


7 






37 


Moss Bluff 


John Giles Jr. 


247 


19 


6 






1 


1 


10 


1 




270 


90 


5 


74 


17 


8 


38 


Oakdale 


W. Spiller Milton 


259 


1 












4 




5 


253 


85 




4 


4 




39 


Pine Prairie 


W. Spiller Milton 


12 






2 














14 


17 




3 


2 




40 


Florien Prospect 


John B. Koelemay 


76 




2 


2 




1 


1 






2 


77 


43 


6 


14 






41 


Hombeck 


John B. Koelemay 


39 


1 
















1 


39 


32 


1 


10 


6 




42 


Raymond 


Douglas Milliron 


108 






5 








1 






112 


75 


4 


23 


192 




43 


Elton 


Douglas Milliron 


86 


2 














1 


1 


86 


23 


5 


5 


99 




44 


Rayne Centenary 


Douglas Ray Foreman 


161 


1 


1 


2 


14 




14 






1 


150 


56 


2 


18 






45 


Branch 


Douglas Ray Foreman 


21 


















1 


20 


12 










46 


Ebenezer 


Douglas Ray Foreman 


113 














1 




2 


110 


60 


2 


21 


13 




47 


Roanoke 


Homer V. Bailes 


168 


5 


4 


4 




14 


14 


4 




1 


162 


89 


3 


19 


19 


9 


48 


Crowley Wesley 


Homer V. Bailes 


95 


1 


1 


8 










2 


2 


101 


55 


1 


21 


20 


6 


49 


Sulphur Henning Mem. 


Robert L. Potter 


1229 


8 


21 


10 








11 


15 


13 


1229 


303 


23 


294 


280 


5 


50 


Sulphur Maplewood 


Richard A. Poss 


323 


3 


5 


2 


39 


5 


44 


5 


15 


1 


268 


81 


1 


39 


26 


3 


51 


Sulphur Wesley 


E. Eugene Kimble 


314 


4 


2 


4 








6 




2 


316 


110 


17 


58 


10 


4 


52i 


Hackberry 


E. Eugene Kimble 


35 








12 




12 








23 


12 




1 






53! 


Vinton Welsh Mem. 


Raymond M. Crofoot 


244 


10 


5 


3 








1 




2 


259 


105 


11 


47 


50 


5 


54 


Welsh First 


Michael D. McLaurin 


279 


2 


2 


2 








4 




6 


275 


105 


3 


48 


10 


2 


5 e 


Welsh Jones 


Thomas Wesley 


79 


2 












2 






79 


40 


9 


29 


1 




56 


Mallalieu 


Thomas Wesley 


59 


3 














3 




59 


30 


1 


2 






57 
58 
59 


Westlake 


Theo. S. Standley 


325 


9 


8 


1 








11 


9 


1 


322 


126 


11 


39 


65 




Lake Charles District 


Jack Cooke 




































TOTAL 




13803 


204 


207 


141 


109 


144 


253 


218 


154 


157 


13573 


4740 


263 


1850 


1403 


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257 



Statistical Table No. 1 



CHURCH SCHOOL 


U.M.M. 


U.M.W. 


PROPERTY AND OTHER ASSETS 














Average 




























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15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 




5 


10 


7 


10 


32 


15 












12 


300 


180000 


75000 


10000 




1000 


1 


5 


9 


6 


6 


26 


17 


5 














75000 




7500 






2 


2 


7 




5 
11 


14 
12 


6 
10 


10 










15 

7 


288 


120000 
42000 
46000 


45000 
500 


500 
6200 






3 
4 
5 


6 


39 


8 


34 


87 


58 




76 








89 


565 


989548 


130000 


10210 


3044 




6 


10 


24 


18 


50 


102 


65 


18 


52 


5 


18 


231 


31 


1480 


306000 


83000 


15000 






7 


18 


24 


14 


24 


80 


58 


10 


70 


4 






26 


134 


332296 






10000 




8 


32 


67 


41 


189 


329 


179 


73 


97 


7 


29 


2131 


82 


3149 


1750000 


115000 


9191 


80044 




9 


12 


29 


14 


31 


86 


45 




16 








27 


2689 


100000 


60000 


3158 


30160 




10 


5 


13 


6 


14 
11 


38 
12 


20 
9 




12 








8 


186 


25000 
65000 


23000 


3693 






12 


6 


4 


5 


21 


36 


20 
















113000 
4500 










13 
14 


14 


41 


27 


48 


130 


58 


16 


71 


8 






20 


130 


650600 


102000 


10000 


12800 




15 


1 


8 






9 


4 






1 










109000 




1800 






16 


6 


15 


3 


23 


47 


39 


12 




1 






9 


75 


92500 


57000 




4125 




17 


8 


20 


3 


26 


57 


39 


13 














126000 










18 


6 


32 


14 


29 


81 


44 


16 


45 


3 






39 


287 


92000 


57440 


150279 






19 


8 


24 


22 


29 


83 


27 




32 


3 






34 


317 


212000 


49800 


2900 






20 


2 


4 




24 


30 


20 
















32300 




10500 






21 


35 


70 


42 


90 


237 


115 


78 


60 


4 


34 


1500 


43 


2500 


1300000 


200000 


150000 


54000 




22 


6 


14 


5 


27 


52 


26 












10 


100 


243000 


76000 


52298 






23 


6 


12 


13 


19 


50 


26 












13 




256900 


77000 








24 


3 


1 




18 


22 


12 
















30000 










25 




























33000 










26 


8 


18 


8 


8 


42 


34 


8 




3 


12 


252 


20 


25 


130000 


60000 


45650 






27 


69 


107 


29 


300 


505 


250 


160 


251 


11 


25 


1700 


225 


1716 


5250000 


218150 


92403 


25650 




28 


13 


18 


5 


48 


84 


55 


8 


45 








36 


1937 


415000 


75000 


102216 


41055 




29 


26 


73 


41 


92 


232 


121 


44 


126 


6 


50 


149 


50 


1186 


775000 


143000 


123000 


63374 




30 


109 


189 


90 


367 


755 


320 


304 


378 


14 


82 


464 


170 


1467 


2245600 


237000 


20000 


335144 




31 


9 


20 


20 


15 


64 


50 


34 


43 


6 


12 


350 


41 


610 


300000 


70000 




5000 


2000 


32 


11 


35 


19 


33 


98 


57 


15 


60 




12 


500 


40 


1748 


551000 


119500 


124500 


5492 




33 


3 






15 


18 


13 


14 














105000 










34 


4 


9 


1 


15 


29 


14 












20 




65000 


20000 








35 


2 


7 




15 


24 


11 




7 


1 










50000 










36 


9 


47 


16 


47 


119 


65 


21 


96 


7 






30 


2667 


142000 


90000 


78414 






37 


12 


15 


16 


54 


97 


72 


45 


70 

7 


1 






23 


286 


375000 
66700 


48000 




86000 




38 
39 


6 


8 


1 


12 


27 


19 












16 


69 


70000 


20000 


14000 






40 


5 


5 


5 


12 


27 


18 












12 


68 


25000 




5500 






41 


8 


17 


20 


31 
19 


76 
22 


35 
18 




15 
12 








30 
12 


275 
272 


145000 
148000 


95000 


16000 


18079 




42 

43 


6 


25 


6 


13 


50 


18 


5 


12 








25 


1218 


400000 
55000 


65000 


6868 
104 






44 
45 


10 


10 


13 


22 


55 


35 


8 


8 








6 


52 


108000 


65000 


54414 






46 


11 


22 


6 


35 


74 


72 


35 


95 


4 


7 


64 


10 


164 


173000 


48000 


38528 






47 


5 


12 


7 


10 


34 


21 


12 


50 


1 


12 


1354 


12 


365 


135000 




3068 




521 


48 


52 


151 


168 


177 


548 


209 


120 


162 


6 


21 




89 


1651 


1470680 


166375 


357426 


56280 




49 


9 


31 


14 


49 


103 


60 


5 


59 


3 


14 


288 


39 


932 


295000 


70000 


65169 






50 


16 


52 


18 


50 


136 


70 




20 


3 


26 


650 


55 


606 


490300 
50000 


102900 


32000 
2192 


65800 




51 
52 


14 


26 


20 


42 


102 


51 


20 


16 


7 


12 




28 


2267 


414000 


45000 








53 


15 


45 


13 


37 


110 


50 


10 


50 


2 






46 


724 


528900 


85600 


51326 






54 


6 


-10 


10 




26 


10 


5 


5 




10 


450 


22 


150 


180000 


15000 




53595 




55 


2 


4 


8 


10 


24 


8 




10 








12 




27000 










56 


18 


50 


17 


54 


139 


73 


34 


145 


2 






11 


1716 


137316 


61346 


122608 






57 

58 
59 




























250000 


175000 








657 


1474 


820 


2321 


5272 


2741 


1158 


2273 


113 


376 


10083 


1545 


34371 


22898140 


3245611 


1798615 


949642 


3521 





258 



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LAKE CHARLES 



LOCAL CHURCH EXPENDITURES 


MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 










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33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38a 


38b 


39a 


39b 


39c 


40a 


40b 


40c 


41a 


41b 


41c 


1 


Cameron Wakefield 




13858 


678 


5588 


650 


8832 


8832 






8832 


1600 




1600 


2800 




2800 


2 


Grand Chenier 




350 


547 


3510 


1321 


5330 


5330 






5330 


800 




800 


1400 




1400 


3 


Church Point 




3400 




3436 




5000 


5000 






5000 


1250 




1250 


2732 




2732 


4 


Maxie 




545 




1813 




1666 


1666 






1666 


650 




650 


896 




896 


5 


Ville Platte 




1300 




663 




2380 


2380 






2380 


824 




824 


1280 




1280 


6 


Crowley First 


4225 


40544 


1919 


35068 


4309 


19672 


19672 






19672 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


7 


DeQuincy First 


6148 


12684 


5793 


18697 


2063 


15730 


15730 






15730 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


8 


Ragley Squyres 


1536 


3083 


3297 


7689 


636 


3833 


3833 






3833 


1417 




1417 


2167 




2167 


9 


Deridder First 


48852 


4017 


7696 


64564 


1883 


22290 


22290 






22290 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


10 


Deridder Wesley 


3996 


2860 


2914 


8590 




12012 


12012 






12012 


2226 




2226 


3300 




3300 


11 


Merryville 




863 


1003 


3345 


113 


4285 


4285 






4285 


945 




945 


1296 




1296 


12 


Elizabeth 






500 


2100 




4044 


4044 






4044 


1137 




1137 


2196 




2196 


13 


Hopewell 








800 


2400 




4044 


4044 






4044 


1137 




1137 


2196 


2196 


14 


Pine Grove 








200 




476 


476 






476 


186 




186 


400 




400 


15 


Eunice First 


9848 


5817 


2147 


14323 


1937 


12150 


12150 






12150 


1700 




1700 


3600 




3600 


16 


lota 




2012 


54 


1396 


1258 


3600 


3600 






3600 


700 




700 


600 




600 


17 


Fairview 


1302 


3204 


1171 


3615 


6945 


5788 


5788 






5788 


1800 




1800 


2228 




2228 


18 


Sweetlake 






670 


3000 


4880 


7200 


7200 






7200 


2200 




2200 


2800 




2800 


19 


Gueydan 




1489 


1940 


8487 


544 


11400 


11400 






11400 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


20 


Iowa First 




4702 


1200 


3450 




10110 


10110 






10110 


2190 




2190 


3000 




3000 


21 


Hayes Bernard Mem. 








1822 


1543 


1200 


1200 






1200 


720 




720 


1200 




1200 


22 


Jennings First 


14560 


3134 


5888 


44112 


5210 


21600 


21600 






21600 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


23 


Jennings Trinity 




16217 


789 


5013 


6197 


12000 


12000 






12000 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


24 


Kinder 




1401 


368 


6388 


1298 


7900 


7900 






7900 


1700 




1700 


2400 




2400 


25 


Oberlin 






45 


657 




2100 


2100 






2100 








1200 




1200 


26 


Basile 








696 


55 


1000 


1000 






1000 


700 




700 


700 




700 


27 


Lake Arthur 




3499 


875 


1893 


1503 


10200 


10200 






10200 


2400 




2400 


3600 




3600 


28 


Lake Charles First 


41065 


45805 


23600 


167570 


148654 


31020 


34305 


14500 


14500 


48805 


2400 


2400 


4800 


4200 


4200 


8400 


29 


Oak Park 


7681 


6939 


6696 


25113 


9612 


17400 


17400 






17400 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


30 


St. Luke-Simpson 


18339 


16297 


12308 


52736 


9753 


22283 


22283 


5417 


5417 


27700 


2431 


667 


3098 


4254 


1583 


5837 


31 


University LC 


52065 


30426 


62146 


116197 


176751 


28459 


28459 


13703 


13703 


42162 


2400 


2400 


4800 


4200 


4200 


8400 


32 


Warren 


3400 


12000 


1199 


11644 




10600 


10600 






10600 








4200 




4200 


33 


Leesville First 


6000 


4796 


2815 


20467 


2359 


15515 


15515 






15515 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


34 


Holly Grove 




10423 


199 


2570 


150 


2000 


2000 






2000 


528 




528 


2640 




2640 


35 


Leesville Mt. Zion 






400 


1000 




3968 


3968 






3968 














36 


Macedonia 






345 


450 




1952 


1952 






1952 














37 


Moss Bluff 




1800 


953 


8846 


2415 


12835 


12835 






12835 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


38 


Oakdale 


10432 


1786 


2068 


11406 


788 


14400 


14400 






14400 


2000 




2000 


3600 




3600 


39 


3 ine Prairie 




3938 


24 


1507 


542 


1500 


1500 






1500 


400 




400 


600 




600 


40 


Florien Prospect 




1145 


930 


2799 


3790 


1160 


1160 






1160 


600 




600 


1000 




1000 


41 


Hornbeck 




8823 


418 


1521 


2505 


780 


780 






780 


400 




400 


1320 




1320 


42 


Raymond 


9088 




1142 


4848 


134 


6500 


6500 






6500 


1600 




1600 


2800 




2800 


43 


Elton 




2334 


252 


2551 


385 


3200 


3200 






3200 


1200 




1200 


1400 




1400 


44 


Rayne Centenary 




1669 


1447 


7777 


1412 


7750 


7750 






7750 


1400 




1400 


1800 




1800 


45 


3ranch 








153 




1560 


1560 






1560 














46 


Ebenezer 




20447 


1835 


7610 


2182 


5620 


5620 






5620 


1000 




1000 


2400 




2400 


47 


Roanoke 




2289 


1691 


4962 


4572 


13000 


13000 






13000 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


48 


Crowley Wesley 


3085 


997 


5303 




617 


4000 


4000 






4000 


600 




600 


2400 




2400 


49 


Sulphur Henning Mem. 


18000 


85489 


24861 


79111 


85215 


28015 


28015 






28015 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


50 


Sulphur Maplewood 






1324 


14043 


578 


14307 


14307 






14307 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


51 


Sulphur Wesley 


11841 


8180 


4547 


19535 


1856 


11555 


11555 






11555 


2717 




2717 


4200 




4200 


52 


Hackberry 








744 


243 


4200 


4200 






4200 














53 


Vinton Welsh Mem. 


408602 


875 


2128 


8384 


2941 


10700 


10700 






10700 


2400 




2400 


4200 


4200 




54 


Welsh First 




2107 


3654 


26539 


3004 


15055 


15055 






15055 


3000 




3000 


4400 




4400 


55 


Welsh Jones 


11349 


1500 


150 


1500 


100 


4160 


4160 






4160 








300 




300 


56 


Mallalieu 




75 


150 


516 




1512 


1512 






1512 


250 




250 


250 




250 


57 
58 
59 


Westlake 




8730 


6409 


26044 


4835 


16654 


16654 






16654 


2900 




2900 


4200 




4200 


Lake Charles District 












33000 


33000 






33000 


2400 




2400 


6223 




6223 


TOTAL 


691414 


403849 


209288 


880658 


507738 


560502 


563787 


33620 


33620 


597407 


85708 


5467 


91175 


152978 


9983 


162961 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



259 



Statistical Table No. 2 



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C0NNECTI0NAL ADMINISTRATION FUNDS 


Other Than Local Church 


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c 
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1 -g 

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c _ .2 


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CO Q. 

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2. .2 

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a 
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ft 


1£ 


CO Q_ 

11 


2 co 
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C CL 

CD cr 


CD C 


1* 


ra a 




1 ^ 
m 13 


CD < 
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If 




Q. 
Q. 


!? 2 g_ 


1 Ss 


C 13 


£ ^ 


Ji 8. 


£ S 


sE 


3 C 


II 


o ^ 


H — 


CD -o 


1 = 




CD CD Q. 




■ !2 3 




a q. 






CT 3 








X ^ 


£ => 






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5 


Q_ CD < 


a. CD a. 


Q LL 


5 if 


w < 


til Q. 


LU LL 


LU LL 


h- LL 


H LL 


£ oj 


£ S 


CD LL 


O LL 


-> LL 


-> LL 


O LL 


O LL 




42 


43a 


43b 


44a 


44b 


45a 


45b 


46a 


46b 


47a 


47b 


49a 


49b 


50a 


50b 


51a 


51b 


52a 


52b 




2562 


581 


581 


438 


438 


87 


87 


26 


26 


21 


21 


18 


18 


48 


48 


17 


17 


396 


396 


1 


998 


332 


332 


250 


250 


49 


49 


15 


15 


12 


12 


10 


10 


27 


27 


10 


10 


226 


226 


2 


984 


279 


279 


211 


211 


42 


42 


13 


13 


10 


10 


8 


8 


23 


23 


8 


8 


190 


190 


3 


328 


79 


79 


60 


60 


12 


12 


4 


4 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


54 


54 


4 


469 


172 


172 


129 


129 


26 


26 


8 


8 


6 


6 


5 


5 


14 


14 


5 


5 


117 


117 


5 


2751 


2921 


2921 


1627 


1627 


321 


321 


98 


98 


78 


78 


65 


65 


176 


176 


63 


63 


1470 


1470 


6 


2995 


1565 


1565 


1003 


1003 


198 


198 


60 


60 


48 


48 


40 


40 


109 


109 


39 


39 


906 


906 


7 




408 


408 


262 


262 


52 


52 


16 


16 


13 


13 


11 




28 


28 


10 


10 


236 


236 


8 


2755 


4132 


4132 


2304 


2304 


455 


455 


139 


139 


111 


111 


93 


93 


250 


250 


89 


89 


2082 


2082 


9 




862 


862 


651 


651 


129 


129 


39 


39 


31 


31 


26 


26 


71 


71 


25 


25 


588 


588 


10 


998 


366 


366 


276 


276 


54 


54 


17 


17 


13 


13 


11 


11 


30 


30 


11 


11 


249 


249 


11 


927 


271 


271 


204 


204 


40 


40 


12 


12 


10 


10 


8 


8 


22 


22 


8 


8 


185 


185 


12 


927 


318 


318 


240 


240 


47 


47 


14 


14 


12 


12 


10 


10 


26 


26 


9 


9 


217 


217 


13 


143 


50 


50 


37 


37 


7 


7 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


4 


4 


1 


1 


34 


34 


14 


2340 


1340 


1340 


858 


858 


170 


170 


52 


52 


41 


41 


35 


35 


93 


93 


33 


33 


776 


776 


15 


660 


190 


190 


122 


122 


24 


24 


7 


7 


6 


6 


5 


5 


13 


13 


5 


5 


110 


110 


16 


1488 


393 


393 


297 


297 


59 


59 


18 


18 


14 


14 


12 


12 


32 


32 


11 


11 


268 


268 


17 


1416 


413 


413 


311 


311 


61 


61 


19 


19 


15 


15 


13 


13 


34 


34 


12 


12 


281 


281 


18 


1747 


952 


952 


718 


718 


142 


142 


43 


43 


35 


35 


29 


29 


78 


78 


28 


28 


649 


649 


19 


1990 


803 


803 


605 


605 


120 


120 


36 


36 


29 


29 


24 


24 


66 


66 


23 


23 


547 


547 


20 


236 


134 


134 


101 


101 


20 


20 


6 


6 


5 


5 


4 


4 


11 


11 


4 


4 


92 


92 


21 




3040 


3040 


1694 


1694 


335 


335 


102 


102 


82 


82 


68 


68 


184 


184 


65 


65 


1531 


1531 


22 


2426 


643 


643 


485 


485 


96 


96 


29 


29 


23 


23 


20 


20 


53 


53 


19 


19 


438 


438 


23 


2165 


600 


600 


452 


452 


89 


89 


27 


27 


22 


22 


18 


18 


49 


49 


17 


17 


409 


409 


24 




142 


142 


107 


107 


21 


21 


6 


6 


5 


5 


4 


4 


12 


12 


4 


4 


97 


97 


25 




110 


110 


83 


83 


16 


16 


5 


5 


4 


4 


3 


3 


9 


9 


3 


3 


75 


75 


26 


2007 


790 


790 


596 


596 


118 


118 


36 


36 


29 


29 


24 


24 


65 


65 


23 


23 


583 


583 


27 


6725 


9348 


9348 


5210 


5210 


1029 


1029 


314 


314 


251 


251 


210 


210 


565 


565 


201 


201 


4708 


4708 


28 


2995 


1538 


1538 


986 


986 


195 


195 


59 


59 


48 


48 


40 


40 


107 


107 


38 


38 


891 


891 


29 


4258 


2855 


2855 


1820 


1820 


360 


360 


110 


110 


90 


90 


75 


75 


195 


195 


70 


70 


1650 


1650 


30 


5748 


9850 


9850 


5487 


5487 


1084 


1084 


331 


331 


264 


264 


221 


221 


595 


595 


212 


212 


4958 


4958 


31 


718 


1482 


1482 


949 


949 


187 


187 


57 


57 


46 


46 


38 


38 


103 


103 


37 


37 


857 


857 


32 


2352 


1757 


1757 


1126 


1126 


222 


222 


68 


68 


54 


54 


45 


45 


122 


122 


43 


43 


1017 


1017 


33 


394 


222 


222 


168 


168 


33 


33 


10 


10 


8 


8 


7 


7 


18 


18 


6 


6 


151 


151 


34 




345 


345 


221 


221 


44 


44 


13 


13 


11 


11 


9 


9 


24 


24 


9 


9 


200 


200 


35 


219 


256 


256 


164 


164 


32 


32 


10 


10 


8 


8 


7 


7 


18 


18 


6 


6 


148 


148 


36 


2315 


964 


964 


727 


727 


144 


144 


44 


44 


35 


35 


29 


29 


79 


79 


28 


28 


657 


657 


37 


3152 


1133 


1133 


854 


854 


169 


169 


51 


51 


41 


41 


34 


34 


93 


93 


33 


33 


772 


772 


38 




87 


87 


66 


66 


13 


13 


4 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


7 


7 


3 


3 


60 


60 


39 




338 


338 


255 


255 


50 


50 


15 


15 


12 


12 


10 


10 


20 


20 


10 


10 


230 


230 


40 




217 


217 


164 


164 


32 


32 


10 


10 


8 


8 


7 


7 


18 


18 


6 


6 


148 


148 


41 


1372 


519 


519 


392 


392 


77 


77 


24 


24 


19 


19 


16 


16 


42 


42 


15 


15 


354 


354 


42 


886 


354 


354 


267 


267 


53 


53 


16 


16 


13 


13 


11 




29 




10 




241 


241 


43 


1525 


797 


797 


511 


511 


101 


101 


31 


31 


25 


25 


21 


21 


55 


55 


20 


20 


462 


462 


44 


297 


77 


77 


58 


58 


11 


11 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


52 


52 


45 


1106 


610 


610 


391 


391 


77 


77 


24 


24 


19 


19 


16 


16 


42 


42 


15 


15 


353 


353 


46 


2229 


725 


725 


546 


546 


108 


108 


33 


33 


26 


26 


22 


22 


59 


59 


21 


21 


494 


494 


47 


766 


328 


328 


247 


247 


49 


49 


15 


15 


12 


12 


10 


10 


27 


27 


10 


10 


223 


223 


48 


4084 


6861 


6861 


3823 


3823 


755 


755 


230 


230 


184 


184 


154 


154 


415 


415 


147 


147 


3455 


3455 


49 


2580 


1629 


1629 


1044 


1044 


206 


206 


63 


63 


50 


50 


42 


42 


113 


113 


40 


40 


943 


943 


50 


4082 


1380 


1380 


1041 


1041 


206 


206 


63 


63 


50 


50 


42 


42 


113 


113 


40 


40 


941 


941 


51 




146 


146 


110 


110 


22 


22 


7 


7 


5 


5 


4 


4 


12 


12 


4 


4 


99 


99 


52 


2177 


941 


941 


710 


710 


140 


140 


43 


43 


34 


34 


29 


29 


77 


77 


27 


27 


641 


641 


53 


2997 


1626 


1626 


1043 


1043 


206 


206 


63 


63 


50 


50 


42 


42 


113 


113 


40 


40 


942 


942 


54 




296 


296 


190 


190 


37 


37 


11 


11 


9 


9 


8 


8 


21 


21 


7 


7 


171 


171 


55 




204 


204 


130 


130 


26 


26 


8 


8 


6 


6 


5 


5 


8 


8 


5 




8 




56 


3224 


1859 


1859 


1192 


1192 


235 


235 


72 


72 


57 


57 


48 


8 


129 


129 


46 


46 


1077 


1077 


57 
58 
59 


89513 


70630 


70630 


44013 


44013 


8693 


8693 


2651 


2651 


2121 


2121 


1775 


1753 


4758 


4729 


1695 


1680 


39709 


39701 





260 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



LAKE CHARLES 







CONNECT. 








BENEVOLENCES 














ADMIN. 
FUNDS 
























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a 






























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o 


o 


o 


c 


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Church and Charge 


53a 


53b 


55a 


55b 


56a 


56b 


57a 


57b 


58a 


58b 


59 


60 


1 


Cameron Wakefield 


259 


259 


634 


634 


243 


243 


107 


107 


77 


77 


88 




2 


Grand Chenier 


389 


389 


362 


362 


139 


139 


61 


61 


44 


44 


50 




3 


Church Point 


235 


235 


305 


305 


117 


117 


52 


52 


37 


37 


42 




4 


Maxie 


105 


105 


86 


86 


33 


33 


15 


15 


10 


-10 


12 




5 


Ville Platte 


156 


156 


187 


187 


72 


72 


32 


32 


23 


23 


26 




6 


Crowley First 


1506 


1506 


2352 


2352 


902 


902 


398 


398 


284 


284 


162 


500 


7 


DeQuincy First 


1371 


1371 


1450 


1450 


556 


556 


245 


245 


175 


175 


201 


2319 


8 


Ragley Squyres 


145 


145 


378 


378 


145 


145 


64 


64 


46 


46 


52 




9 


Deridder First 


2704 


2704 


3331 


3331 


1277 


1277 


564 


564 


403 


403 


461 




10 


Deridder Wesley 


933 


933 


361 


361 


159 


159 


114 


114 


130 


130 


227 


280 


11 


Merryville 


377 


377 


399 


399 


153 


153 


67 


67 


55 


55 






12 


Elizabeth 


215 


215 


296 


296 


113 


113 


50 


50 


36 


36 


41 




13 


Hopewell 


215 


215 


347 


347 


133 


133 


59 


59 


42 


42 


48 




14 


Pine Grove 


40 


40 


54 


54 


21 


21 


9 


9 


7 


7 


7 




15 


Eunice First 


1283 


1283 


1241 


1241 


476 


476 


210 


210 


150 


150 


172 


28 


16 


lota 


231 


231 


177 


177 


68 


68 


30 


30 


21 


21 


24 




17 


Fairview 


467 


467 


429 


429 


164 


164 


73 


73 


52 


52 


59 


15 


18 


Sweetlake 


480 


480 


450 


450 


172 


172 


76 


76 


54 


54 


62 


37 


19 


Gueydan 


1037 


1037 


1038 


1038 


398 


398 


176 


176 


125 


125 


144 




20 


Iowa First 


946 


946 


875 


875 


335 


335 


148 


148 


106 


106 


121 




21 


Hayes Bernard Mem. 


215 


215 


147 


147 


56 


56 


25 


25 


18 


18 


20 




22 


Jennings First 


2206 


2206 


2455 


2455 


939 


939 


414 


414 


296 


296 


339 




23 


Jennings Trinity 


580 


580 


701 


701 


269 


269 


119 


119 


85 


85 


97 




24 


Kinder 


694 


694 


654 


654 


251 


251 


111 


1 1 1 


79 


79 


90 




25 


Oberlin 


212 


212 


155 


155 


59 


59 


26 


26 


19 


19 


21 




26 


Basile 


75 


75 


120 


120 


46 


46 


20 


20 


14 


14 


17 




27 


Lake Arthur 


857 


857 


861 


861 


330 


330 


146 


146 


104 


104 


119 


2000 


28 


Lake Charles First 


6294 


6294 


7532 


7532 


2887 


2887 


1274 


1274 


910 


910 


1042 


4960 


29 


Oak Park 


1472 


1472 


1426 


1426 


547 


547 


241 


241 


172 


172 


197 


220 


30 


St. Luke-Simpson 


2332 


2332 


2630 


2630 


1010 


10101 


450 


450 


315 


315 


365 


75 


31 


University LC 


5909 


5909 


7934 


7934 


3041 


3041 


1342 


1342 


959 


959 


1097 


5548 


32 


Warren 






1372 


1372 


526 


526 


232 


232 


166 


166 


190 




33 


Leesville First 


1740 


1740 


1627 


1627 


624 


624 


275 


275 


197 


197 


225 


22 


34 


Holly Grove 


239 


239 


242 


242 


93 


93 


41 


41 


29 


29 


34 




35 


Leesville Mt. Zion 


318 


318 


319 


319 


122 


122 


54 


54 


39 


39 


44 


18 


36 


Macedonia 


255 


255 


237 


237 


91 


91 


40 


40 


29 


29 


33 




37 


Moss Bluff 


1003 


1003 


1051 


1051 


403 


403 


178 


178 


127 


127 


145 


124 


38 


Oakdale 


1301 


1301 


1235 


1235 


473 


473 


209 


29 


149 


149 


171 


64 


39 


Pine Prairie 


116 


116 


95 


95 


37 


37 


16 


16 


12 


12 


13 




40 


Florien Prospect 


384 


384 


368 


368 


141 


141 


62 


62 


45 


45 




103 


41 


Hornbeck 


200 


200 


237 


237 


91 


91 


40 


40 


29 


29 


33 




42 


Raymond 


716 


716 


566 


566 


217 


217 


96 


96 


68 


68 






43 


Elton 


457 


457 


386 


1 


148 


148 


65 




47 




53 




44 


Rayne Centenary 


966 


966 


738 


738 


283 


283 


125 


125 


89 


89 


102 




45 


Branch 


133 


133 


84 


84 


32 


32 


14 


14 


10 


10 


12 




46 


Ebenezer 


690 


690 


565 


565 


217 


217 


96 


96 


68 


68 


78 


583 


47 


Roanoke ; 


1006 


1006 


790 


790 


303 


303 


134 


134 


95 


95 


109 


589 


48 


Crowley Wesley 


378 


378 


357 


357 


137 


137 


60 


60 


43 


43 


49 




49 


Sulphur Henning Mem. 


4016 


4016 


5528 


5528 


2119 


2119 


935 


935 


668 


668 


765 


100 


50 


Sulphur Maplewood 


1509 


1509 


1509 


1509 


578 


578 


255 


255 


182 


182 


209 


220 


51 


Sulphur Wesley 


1364 


1364 


1505 


1505 


577 


577 


255 


255 


182 


182 


208 




52 


Hackberry 


214 


214 


159 


159 


61 


61 


27 


27 


19 


19 


22 




53 


Vinton Welsh Mem. 


990 


990 


1026 


1026 


393 


393 


174 


174 


124 


124 


142 




54 


Welsh First 


1724 


1724 


1507 


1507 


578 


578 


255 


255 


182 


182 


209 


15 


55 


Welsh Jones 






274 


274 


105 


105 


46 


46 


33 


33 


38 




56 


Mallalieu 


118 




188 




72 




32 




23 








57 
58 
59 


Westlake 


1402 


1402 


1723 


1723 


660 


660 


291 


291 


208 


208 


238 


2784 


Lake Charles District 




























TOTAL 


55179 


55061 


63055 


62482 


24192 


24120 


10725 


10628 


7711 


7641 


8525 


20604 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



261 



Statistical Table No. 3 





BENEVOLENCES 






General Church 






























Special Da 


y Offerings 




CD 














a 


















E 
CO 

3 ^ 


5 

o 

X 

If 

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g 

3 

E 
E 
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c 
o 

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c 
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.o 
e\j 

CO -o 
j. CM 
+ to 

<N + 
lO o 

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c 
o 

1 

TJ 

C 

= nj 


TJ 

C 
3 


c 

CO 

1 

o 

CD « 
8 o 


8 

S 

c 


c 
g 
a 

T> 

c 

3 

£ 

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5 


to 

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3 

6 
1 f 

C 3 


CD 

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3 

6 


CD 

CD 
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c 

CD 
CD 
CD 


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5 IS 

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Q- 
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< $ 

DC c 




££ 


O o 


g 


3 CO 


X Q 




O CO 


5 (U 


O co 


O 


Q- O 


0- Q. 


6 


z> S 


C3 S 




' 61 


62a 


62b 


62c 


62d 


62e 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


71 


72 






70 


44 
72 






114 
72 




71 
452 


942 
2368 
1011 
570 
470 


423 
241 
203 
58 
125 


401 
229 
243 

55 
119 


1019 
13 


200 


21 
12 
10 
3 
6 


570 
607 
105 


43369 
19154 
20900 
7067 
8732 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 


39 


44 


108 


60 




212 


37 


91 


2408 


1568 


1490 


157 


424 


78 


1905 


136420 


6 
















94 


2105 
872 


967 
252 


919 
240 


150 


145 


48 
13 


1005 
526 


86278 
27566 


7 
8 




378 


200 


141 




719 






5565 


3221 


2110 




974 


111 


2450 


192202 


9 




64 


53 




19 


136 




100 


1149 


1627 


596 




252 


31 


486 


44901 


10 




29 








40 






91 
220 
321 
110 


747 
197 
231 
36 


253 
187 
220 
34 


189 




13 

57 

429 

2 


124 


16383 
13076 
14442 
1864 


11 
12 
13 
14 




81 


38 


25 




144 




85 


740 


827 


786 


50 


110 


41 


515 


64118 


15 




101 


256 


100 




457 






1302 


118 


112 






6 




13308 


16 




55 








55 




34 


406 
629 


286 
300 


272 
285 


336 


264 


14 
15 


33 


31268 
26221 


17 
18 




55 


163 






218 






1664 


692 


658 






35 


942 


42008 


19 




96 


43 


72 




211 






800 


583 


554 






29 


868 


34471 


20 




206 


91 


60 


75 


432 




110 


2147 
400 


98 
1633 


93 
1551 






5 
82 


3717 


10354 
122347 


21 
22 






15 






15 




30 


779 


467 


444 




100 


23 


428 


55185 


23 
















40 


687 


436 
103 


414 
98 


125 




22 

5 


330 


29236 
5098 


24 
25 


















71 


80 


76 






4 




3982 


26 






33 






33 






1382 


574 


545 




42 


29 


1092 


36355 


27 


186 


540 


477 




158 


1175 




155 


9365 


6411 


4770 


2718 


250 


251 


8068 


575508 


28 




85 


83 




56 


224 






1255 


950 


903 


2759 


166 


48 


1432 


98950 


29 


50 


75 


61 


50 


38 


224 


50 


55 


5560 


1760 


1670 


3624 


100 


85 


1380 


179286 


30 




273 








273 




145 


6910 


5289 


5025 


4515 


104 


264 


3113 


573165 


31 


10 


10 


100 


100 


10 


220 


10 


10 


70 


915 


869 




719 


46 




52872 


32 


72 


104 


64 


21 


26 


215 


45 


101 


1153 


1085 


1031 


6648 


279 


54 


932 


81683 


33 




30 






10 


40 






97 


161 
213 


153 
202 


125 




8 




20789 
7584 


34 
35 




















158 


158 






8 




4624 


36 




31 








31 






80 


700 


665 


26 




35 


327 


43366 


37 




59 








59 






844 
243 


823 
64 


782 
60 


179 


500 
500 


41 
3 


761 


60224 
10095 


38 
39 




56 


23 






79 






367 


246 


233 






12 


251 


14655 


40 




50 


47 






97 




30 


507 


158 


150 






8 


250 


18207 


41 


I 


69 


28 






97 




83 


870 


378 


359 






19 


897 


33308 


42 




25 








25 






605 


257 


100 






13 


228 


15039 


43 




55 


28 






83 




73 


383 
16 


492 
56 


468 
53 


1831 




25 
3 


494 


32955 
2637 


44 
45 






70 






70 






1324 


377 


358 


414 




19 


481 


49087 


46 




21 






13 


34 




80 


1156 
335 


527 
238 


500 
226 




201 


26 

12 


125 


42927 
20649 


47 
48 




256 


340 






596 




138 


37999 


28685 


28501 


3583 


572 


184 


2115 


463903 


49 




97 


11 






108 






354 


1006 


956 


3200 




50 


924 


54622 


50 






48 




55 


103 






1869 


1003 


953 


516 




50 


995 


81969 


51 






24 






24 


12 




281 


106 


101 


127 




31 




6780 


52 




10 








10 




85 


378 


684 


650 




152 


34 


341 


450232 


53 




53 


47 


91 


84 


275 




95 


2114 


1005 
183 


955 
174 


1000 


147 


50 
9 


1326 


76318 
20671 


54 
55 
































3140 


56 
















25 


1940 


1149 


1091 


951 


750 


57 


387 


91367 


57 
58 
















169 










220 






42012 


357 


3078 


2567 


720 


555 


6920 


154 


2351 


105284 


71172 


65100 


34255 


7171 


2600 


40530 


4334929 





262 
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LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 









CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 










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Z O 




Church and Charge 


Pastor 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5a 


5b 


5c 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


1 


Baskin 


W.W. Bevill 


21 


















1 


20 


16 










2 


Union 


W.W. Bevill 


45 




















45 


21 










3 


Bastrop- First 


Wm. Peeples 


673 


8 


11 


13 








24 


2 


14 


665 


225 


7 


35 




7 


4 


Collinston 


Wm. Peeples 


72 




2 


1 








1 


2 


2 


70 


25 


2 


7 






5 


Memorial 


Garland Dean 


195 
















7 


3 


185 


62 




20 


10 




6 


Mer Rouge 


Garland Dean 


152 












3 




3 


146 


35 


1 


13 


6 






7 


Beekman 


Issaac Patton 


55 




















55 


25 










8 


Columbia 


John Vining 


246 




10 


4 








2 




3 


255 


88 


3 


28 


4 




9 


Hebert 


JohnVining 


67 


















1 


66 


29 




3 


3 




10 


Crew Lake 


S.W. Seals 


208 


1 


2 














2 


209 


80 


2 


4 


2 




11 


Reveille 


S.W. Seals 


94 


3 




2 


39 




39 


2 






58 


25 


4 


4 






12 


Delhi 


Dick Scott-Welch 


256 


4 


3 


2 








1 


1 


4 


259 


79 


3 


23 


11 


5 


13 


Epps 


John Locascio 


83 




1 














2 


82 


21 


3 


10 


3 




14 


Floyd 


John Lacascio 


48 


1 
















2 


47 


17 




5 


3 




15 


Pioneer 


John Locascio 


53 


8 


1 






3 


3 








59 


23 


4 


4 


1 


7 


16 


Ferriday 


Terry Willis 


369 


2 


4 


2 








2 


3 


1 


371 


125 


8 


62 


15 


4 


17 


Clayton 


Terry Willis 


22 




















22 


7 










18 


Grayson 


R. Warren 


81 




2 


1 








1 






83 


48 




4 




5 


19 


Kelly 


R. Warren 


37 


1 


















38 


17 




4 


6 




20 


Kilbourne 


H. Roberts 


176 


3 


4 


3 








2 


2 


2 


180 


105 


3 


17 






21 


Locust Grove 


H. Roberts 


86 


1 












1 


2 




84 


36 


2 


9 






22 


Lake Providence 


Brady Forman 


305 


7 


1 


4 




9 


9 


2 


3 


4 


299 


86 


2 


36 


42 


8 


23 


Mangham 


Cage McLemore 


145 
















3 




142 


75 




25 




7 


24 


Crowville 


Cage McLemore 


95 














1 


6 


3 


85 


30 










25 


First Monroe 


Kirby Vining 


1891 


20 


38 


35 




3 


3 


35 


7 


22 


1917 


550 


18 


195 




24 


26 


Memorial 


Byrd Terry 


482 




3 


2 


71 




71 


19 




7 


390 


125 


15 








27 


St. James 


Woodrow Harmon 


129 
















1 


1 


127 


50 










28 


Mount Olive 


Woodrow Harmon 


66 
















1 


2 


63 


30 




7 






29 


St. Mark's 


Ray Holt 


347 


6 


10 


2 


8 




8 


3 


3 


1 


350 




7 


40 


18 


4 


30 


Little Creek 


Ray Holt 


66 
















1 


1 


64 


25 




1 






31 


St. Paul 


Robert Murray 


75 




3 


1 










5 


3 


71 


40 


4 


12 






32 


St. Paul's 


Dwight Ramsey 


1219 


10 


16 


24 








28 


2 


9 


1230 


316 


14 


152 




10 


33 


Southside 


Lea Joyner 


2151 


77 


24 


51 








14 


57 


27 


2205 


840 


41 


203 


145 




34 


Oak Grove 


George Sherman 


226 


10 












8 


3 


9 


216 


112 


8 


28 


24 


8 


35 


Forest 


George Sherman 


24 




















24 


19 




6 


2 


4 


36 


Oak Ridge 


James E. Wilson 


97 


4 


7 














3 


105 


45 


1 


12 


8 


2 


37 


Rayville 


K. Rorie 


417 


6 


5 


2 




1 


1 


14 


3 


4 


408 


128 


4 


38 


19 


6 


38 


Holly Ridge 


K. Rorie 


14 




















14 


7 






1 




39 


St. Andrew's 


T. Wilson 


197 


4 


4 






2 


2 




2 




201 


90 


5 


36 






40 


Bartholomew 


T. Wilson 


45 


2 












1 


1 




45 


25 


3 








41 


St. Joseph 


H. Warren 


85 


5 


3 


2 








1 




1 


93 


44 


5 


10 


2 




42 


Waterproof 


H. Warren 


137 


1 












1 




3 


134 


46 




8 


1 




43 


Wesley 


H. Warren 


21 








4 




4 








17 


6 




1 


3 




44 


Sicily Island 


Elmer Malone 


199 


7 




1 










1 


5 


201 


47 


5 


6 




6 


45 


Harrisonburg 


Elmer Malone 


39 




















39 


11 










46 


Tallulah 


Larry Miller 


455 


4 


3 


11 








2 


4 


11 


456 


120 


8 


44 


25 


1 


47 


Vidalia 


M.C. Cady 


269 




3 


2 


1 




1 


1 




2 


270 


72 


1 


32 






48 


Washington Chapel 


Joe Brown 


103 






1 










1 


3 


100 


75 




8 






49 


Mt. Sinai 


Joe Brown 


49 


1 














1 




49 


45 


1 


14 






50 


Mt. Nebo 


Joe Brown 


41 




1 














1 


41 


26 




15 






51 


St. Peter 


Joe Brown 


31 






2 








2 






31 


20 




18 






52 


Lawson Chapel 


Joe Brown 


26 














2 






24 


22 


2 


2 






53 


Asbury 


Lionel Marcel 


209 


2 


2 


4 








1 




1 


215 


160 


6 


55 


45 




54 


Claiborne 


J. Constable 


209 


4 


1 


1 








4 






211 


75 










55 


Wilhite 


J. Constable 


40 


2 














1 


1 


40 


15 










56 


First 


DeWittGinn 


1132 


8 


13 


10 








21 


3 


14 


1125 


350 


13 


157 


150 


5 


57 


McGuire 


J.R.Taylor 


621 


2 


19 


11 








19 


5 


5 


624 


241 


8 


92 




2 


58 


Woodlawn 


Pete Medak 


103 


9 


2 


1 










1 


2 


112 


85 


11 


7 




12 


59 


Winnsboro First 


J.D.Corley 


383 


1 


1 


1 








8 


1 


5 


372 


112 


5 


46 


6 


1 


60 


Gilbert 


J.D. Corley 


81 


















1 


80 


29 


2 


7 




1 


61 Wisner 


Oakley Edwards 


123 














1 




4 


118 


40 


1 


4 


1 




62 Boeuf Prairie 


Oakley Edwards 


116 


2 


4 


3 












2 


123 


45 


8 


5 






63 Monroe District 


Douglas L. McGuire 


































TOTAL 




15502 


225 


204 


199 


123 


18 


141 


227 


135 


197 


15430 


5388 1 


240 


1574 


556 


129 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



263 



Statistical Table No. 1 



CHURCH SCHOOL 


U.M.M. 


U.M.W. 


PROPERTY AND OTHER ASSETS 














Average 




























Q> to 

■2 °- 

to => 

o> S 
£ O 

I i 

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=£• !/> 
c ro 

£ o 

"O = 

= < 
O £ 


a. 

< § 

— a, 

£ o 


Q. 

O 

O 

— T3 

< § 

1 Js 

< O 


Q. 

(5 

si 

II 

O o 
75 ° 


Attendance 


o £ 
en »- 
c o 

II 
2 <u 
-o § 
E O 

» c 
2 o 


T3 
<D 
£ c 

t a> 

* 5 

O « 

!| 

E S 
15 


to <2 
a. o 

| '§• 
< £ 


0) 

E 
o 

s 

a- 5 

»i 

1.2 
<u C 
5 3 


■o ^ 
o g 6 

^s 5 

£|| 

g S E 
too 
< -J O 


3 c ai 
t> = .Q. 
O CQ = 

If" 

> _i m 


ai 

3 S £ 

§£! 

> O a 


5 "p 

I £ f? 
° 3 o 
S 2 °- 

> < o 


i 
s 

c 
o 

a> To •= 

■§ ° a> 

|»-? 

i OJ UJ 


| a 

■a c 

£ v 
n a. 
tu X 
-o <" 
E c 
x £ 

6 s 




<D 

o 

1 

E 
Z 


of 

« M 
§ 1 
fflj 


i °> 

— E 
° ra 

O) 0) 

6 o 
D) — 

§1 

is 2 

o "a 

£ § 


c 
<j> E 
to .2! 

I! 

(5 D. 
V = 

c o 

O O) 

w "O 
.E a 




15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 




5 


4 




8 


17 


















56000 










1 


3 


5 




3 


11 


















42000 










2 


37 


36 

7 


38 
2 


130 


241 
10 


110 
3 




77 


7 






140 


841 


843084 
60000 


81000 


5000 
14000 


165644 




3 
4 


9 


12 


7 


21 


49 


26 


5 


8 








25 


112 


265000 


69000 


5500 






5 


3 


5 




12 


20 


11 












14 


431 


121000 


50000 


20000 


4000 




6 


2 






15 


17 


15 
















120000 






3000 




7 


15 


41 


12 


43 


111 


54 




35 




13 




63 


550 


379000 


65000 


1883 






8 


6 


7 


2 


18 


33 


18 




3 




2 




13 


115 


97500 










9 


11 


20 


22 


70 


123 


65 




22 


1 






8 




146000 


37000 




10000 




10 


6 


8 


3 


31 


48 


20 












20 


239 


245000 




2803 


3000 




11 


10 


18 


11 


46 


85 


42 




24 


4 


24 


645 


15 


15 


395000 


70000 


52500 


39000 




12 


5 


7 




16 


28 


16 


7 










18 




138000 


63000 








13 


3 


5 


1 


9 


18 


9 


8 














18000 




8000 






14 


5 


3 


5 


15 


28 


14 
















37000 


16000 








15 


24 


53 


33 


66 


176 


80 


30 


90 
6 


2 






46 


229 


1089000 
26500 


115000 




19880 




16 
17 


6 


10 


4 


37 


57 


40 






1 


9 




19 


245 


60000 


32000 


6000 






18 


2 


1 


1 


12 


16 


9 








1 








15000 










19 


11 


31 


14 


63 


119 


71 


40 






26 


180 


12 


300 


245750 


74100 








20 


6 


10 


5 


34 


55 


38 






1 










51200 










21 


17 


38 


14 


31 


100 


67 


15 


8 


8 


11 




35 


259 


769000 


122000 


25000 




2715 


22 


8 


22 


12 


54 


96 


55 












8 


20 


220000 


55000 




7256 




23 


2 


2 


3 


16 


23 


20 












6 


62 


142000 




18037 


10032 




24 


138 


234 


149 


484 


1005 


339 


221 


414 


19 


118 


3577 


157 


648 


3301723 


160000 


87113 


920260 




25 


12 


20 


7 


66 


105 


85 




25 


5 






51 


3274 


606000 


87000 


5677 


27591 




26 


1 


4 






5 


5 


3 


3 




6 




12 


100 


222750 


24200 


2523 






27 


5 




7 


6 


18 


10 


5 


5 




5 




5 


50 


45000 


2500 


3500 


1700 




28 


20 


46 


26 


55 


147 


100 


40 


55 


2 


15 


1189 


37 


5669 


44500 
75000 


75000 


825 
12000 


205000 




29 
30 


4 


14 




15 


33 


16 








14 


600 


18 


30 


45000 


6000 








31 


63 


152 


83 


265 


563 


225 


179 


412 


8 


40 


1674 


96 


1433 


978000 


62860 


52918 


253415 




32 


50 


94 


78 


304 


526 


295 


181 


435 


39 


27 


2026 


77 


750 


2088941 


73480 


149185 


65225 




33 


11 


22 


21 


76 


130 


71 


16 


20 


4 






30 


104 


476000 


77730 


2530 


7000 




34 


2 


2 


4 


10 


18 


10 
















50000 




221 






35 


6 


25 


15 


25 


71 


40 




20 


4 










75000 


15000 








36 


14 


42 


38 


112 


206 


85 


24 


6 


6 


38 


2900 


57 


333 


1337400 
97400 


120000 


103818 
2527 




383 


37 
38 


27 


34 


22 


36 


119 


70 


30 


50 








15 


66 


258000 


56000 








39 


3 


6 


15 




24 


15 
















40000 










40 


5 


7 


7 


17 


36 


18 












21 


355 


185000 


52000 


8283 






41 


6 




6 


46 


58 


36 




16 








30 
6 


150 
20 


130000 
19000 


40000 


10829 
2990 






42 

43 


5 


13 


10 


12 
6 


40 

7 


19 

7 




6 


6 






10 


175 


260000 
70000 


75000 


15447 
11831 






44 

45 


11 


53 


23 


86 


173 


70 


15 


55 


3 






40 


102 


763000 


93000 


2000 






46 


17 


19 


15 


36 


87 


49 


15 


9 








28 


577 


447800 


85000 


10000 


7150 




47 


3 


13 


6 


25 


47 


35 












9 


165 


13000 










48 


6 


6 






12 


24 












9 


86 


43325 


5000 








49 


4 








4 














9 


65 


6000 










50 


2 


5 


4 


8 


19 


18 












9 


180 


3000 










51 


3 


4 


5 


10 


22 


















4100 


2000 








52 


20 


53 


26 


65 


164 


75 


55 


65 




20 


789 


20 


1249 


528000 


60000 




112381 




53 


11 


14 


5 


33 


63 


40 


6 




4 






14 


61 


200000 
37500 


26000 


4155 






54 
55 


38 


112 


57 


240 


447 


220 


83 


483 


8 






115 


25 


1877967 


84000 


101116 


1264000 




56 


24 


83 


34 


161 


302 


179 


113 


98 


2 


43 


3993 


83 


1038 


794000 


71000 


14031 


288161 




57 


12 


14 


7 


43 


76 


55 


23 


30 


9 










95000 




6000 






58 


20 


36 


17 


118 


191 


91 


50 


58 


1 


23 


250 






650000 


75000 


90000 






59 


4 


6 


2 


24 


36 


14 




12 












160000 




10000 






60 


10 


9 


4 


20 


43 


31 












16 


14 


165000 


35000 


16000 






61 


6 


2 


8 


14 


30 


19 
















100000 
10000 


115000 


16000 


17456 




62 

63 


761 


1489 | 890 


3168 


6308 


3149 


1164 


2550 


144 


435 


17823 


1416 


20137 


21883440 


2426870 


900242 


3431151 


3098 





264 
MONROE 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 






LOCAL CHURCH EXPENDITURES 


MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 










E 






Local Church 








CD 




















In 














p 


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If 


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c 












£ 


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a. " 

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p 




Church and Charge 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38a 


38b 


39a 


39b 


39c 


40a 


40b 


40c 


41a 


41b 


41c 


1 


Baskin 






175 


850 




1500 


1500 






1500 














2 


Union 






315 


975 




3100 


3100 






3100 


983 




983 


330 




330 


3 


Bastrop- First 


22572 


9871 


4348 


56666 


3970 


18800 


18800 






18800 


2140 




2140 


3300 




3300 


4 


Collinston 




4387 


258 


2043 


1849 


4870 


4870 






4870 


260 




260 


870 




870 


5 


Memorial 




1902 


1912 


11259 


2310 


9600 


9600 






9600 


1600 




1600 


1800 




1800 


6 


Mer Rouge 


5275 


705 


236 


7589 


1837 


4600 


4702 






4702 


800 




800 


1800 




1800 


7 


Beekman 




2000 




1360 


752 


2401 


2400 






2400 








500 




500 


8 


Columbia 


1071 


10887 


3902 


19140 


1636 


10860 


10860 






10860 


4037 




4037 


3780 




3780 


9 


Hebert 






325 


2109 




3200 


3200 






3200 








420 




420 


10 


Crew Lake 


3500 


2343 


1014 


4552 


445 


5340 


5340 






5340 


1929 




1929 


2440 




2440 


11 


Reveille 


4555 


1700 


614 


5641 


367 


6600 


6600 






6600 


2070 




2070 


2210 




2210 


12 


Delhi 




13730 


4670 


15955 


2603 


10640 


10640 






10640 


2000 




2000 


3600 




3600 


13 


Epps 




4867 


234 


1994 


401 


6444 


6444 






6444 


300 




300 


696 




696 


14 


Floyd 




1426 


181 


445 


34 


1250 


1250 






1250 


750 




750 


1060 




1060 


15 


Pioneer 




836 


535 


2186 


413 


3705 


3705 






3705 


1044 




1044 


1064 




1064 


16 


Ferriday 


6100 


900 


1938 


14926 


1238 


14624 


14624 






14624 


2400 




2400 


3900 




3900 


17 


Clayton i 




1240 


18 


830 


269 


1200 


1200 






1200 








300 




300 


18 


Grayson 




1552 


1150 


4180 


134 


7650 


7650 






7650 


1800 




1800 


3150 




3150 


19 


Kelly 






206 


691 




1050 


1050 






1050 


600 




600 




1050 


1050 


20 


Kilbourne 




2369 


2124 


6642 


2344 


8169 


8169 






8169 


1871 




1871 


3100 




3100 


21 


Locust Grove 




509 


247 


1340 


1360 


2700 


2700 






2700 


1471 




1471 


1100 




1100 


22 


Lake Providence 


600 


7908 


6807 


30624 


1167 


16367 


16367 






16367 


3000 




3000 


3600 




3600 


23 


Mangham 




10352 




5674 


2092 


7143 


7143 






7143 


900 




900 


776 




776 


24 


Crowville 


4700 


286 




2433 


1227 


5636 


5636 






536 


600 




600 


1200 




1200 


25 


First Monroe 


116953 


32117 


14788 


112106 


68645 


36500 


36500 


30075 


22450 


58950 


1764 


1673 


3437 


4200 


4825 


9025 


26 


Memorial 


5196 


5322 


1833 


22699 


2703 


19350 


19350 






19350 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


27 


St. James 


915 


106 


520 


550 




5400 


5400 






5400 


810 




810 


1600 




1600 


28 


Mount Olive 


4301 




1826 


600 




5000 


5000 






5000 


300 




300 


200 




200 


29 


St. Mark's 


33009 


9129 


3593 


17454 


5541 


11880 


11880 






11880 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


30 


Little Creek 




845 


230 


1419 


459 


2280 


2280 






2280 


600 




600 








31 


St. Paul 






125 


600 






3000 






3000 


1100 




1100 


700 




700 


32 


St. Paul's ! 


35100 


43516 


12820 


75982 


27815 


29016 


29016 






29016 


2164 




2164 


4200 




4200 


33 


Southside 


13009 


78618 


4685 


63175 


30531 


23400 


23400 






23400 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


34 


Oak Grove 


12128 


9643 


3909 


12950 


1103 


13866 


13866 






13866 








4600 




4600 


35 


Forest 




159 


82 


684 


145 


2578 


2578 






2578 














36 


Oak Ridge j 






278 


4358 


1531 


3000 


3000 






3000 


1000 




1000 


2600 




2600 


37 


Rayville 




4995 


4029 


31527 


11402 


22660 


22660 






22660 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


38 


Holly Ridge 




2838 


140 


1364 


100 


1360 


1360 






1360 








240 




240 


39 


St. Andrew's 




4012 


3097 


4812 


1713 


11300 


11300 


2900 


2900 


14200 








3320 




3320 


40 


Bartholomew 




1149 


189 


1255 


324 


1920 


1920 


900 


900 


2820 








880 




880 


41 


St. Joseph 


2375 


2545 


293 


4962 


1290 


6254 


6254 






6254 


1050 




1050 


1900 




1900 


42 


Waterproof 




6460 


539 


4883 


1105 


6500 


6500 






6500 


1050 




1050 


1900 




1900 


43 


Wesley 




570 




381 


85 


2000 


2000 






2000 


300 




300 


400 




400 


44 


Sicily Island 




2833 


1409 


5160 


1425 


11400 


11400 






11400 


2265 




2265 


3000 




3000 


45 


Harrisonburg 




440 


97 


1013 


466 


2100 


2100 






2100 


600 




600 


1200 




1200 


46 


Tallulah 




2646 


1579 


17560 


2465 


13200 


13200 






13200 


2400 




2400 


3600 




3600 


47 


Vidalia 


3226 


622 


1114 


10646 


1768 


13200 


13200 






13200 


2600 




2600 


4000 




4000 


48 


Washington Chapel 




1560 


600 


320 




3400 


3400 






3400 


242 




242 


300 




300 


49 


Mt. Sinai 






465 


200 




2700 


2700 






2700 


225 




225 


150 




150 


50 


Mt. Nebo 




1150 


55 


275 




2400 


2400 






2400 


50 




50 


50 




50 


51 


St. Peter 




435 


496 


150 




1400 


1400 






1400 


75 




75 


100 




100 


52 


Lawson Chapel 




765 


437 


180 




990 


990 






990 














53 


Asbury 


17740 


2300 


3446 


17002 


201 


11500 


11500 






11500 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


54 


Claiborne 




1255 


610 


9659 


1343 


12250 


12250 






12250 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


55 


Wilhite 




3421 




1244 


82 


3000 


3000 






3000 














56 


First 


266951 


16355 


6565 


77517 


20219 


32000 


30000 


11500 


10062 


40062 


1000 


2039 


3039 


4200 


3150 


7350 


57 


YlcGuire 


55820 


7207 


4654 


43070 


76573 


21650 


21650 






21650 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


58 


Woodlawn 




6784 


564 


1881 


764 


2600 


2600 






2600 


1500 




1500 


2400 




2400 


59 


Winnsboro First 




8780 


17720 


28066 


4823 


16260 


16260 






16260 


1440 




1440 


3400 




3400 


60 


Gilbert 




3912 


775 


4059 


696 


3240 


3240 






3240 


960 




960 


800 




800 


61 


Wisner 




616 


1687 


4715 




6000 


6000 






6000 


2170 




2170 


3300 




3300 


62 


3oeuf Prairie 




11000 


210 


2853 




4850 


4850 






4850 


661 




661 


3000 




3000 


63 


Monroe District 












33000 


33000 






33000 


2400 




2400 


6300 




6300 




TOTAL 


615096 


353875 


126668 


787435 


291765 


558853 


559954 


45375 


36312 


596266 


76081 


3712 


79793 


132936 


9025 


141961 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



265 



Statistical Table No. 2 



MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 


C0NNECTI0NAL ADMINISTRATION FUNDS 


Other Than Local Church 


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to 

TJ 

£? 

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SI 

o < 
■;= tj 
w c 
6 if 


TJ 

C 

c 
<5 

Q. 
=> TJ 

M <g 

o °- 

C TJ 

In C 
Dlf 


TJ 

if -° 

"- OJ 

"5 c 
& o 

.2 Q. 

o. a. 
w < 


TJ 

c 

Q. 
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Q. to 


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ft 

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< 
5 tj 

a i 

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™ a. 
S Q- 
o < 

II 


tj 
< 

a; 

a 

- .-a 

o a. 

II 




42 


43a 


43b 


44a 


44b 


45a 


45b 


46a 


46b 


47a 


47b 


49a 


49b 


50a 


50b 


51a 


51b 


52a 


52b 






107 


107 


68 


68 


14 


14 


4 


4 


3 


3 


7 


7 


3 


3 


62 


62 






1 




245 


245 


157 


157 


31 


31 


9 


9 


8 


8 


17 


17 


6 


6 






142 


142 


2 


2680 


3977 


3977 


2217 


2217 


438 


438 


134 


134 


107 


107 


89 




240 


240 


85 


85 


2003 


2003 


3 


306 




325 




208 




41 




13 




10 




8 




23 




8 




188 


4 


1888 


1046 


1046 


670 


670 


132 


132 


40 


40 


32 


32 


27 




73 


73 


26 


26 


606 


606 


5 


987 


571 


571 


431 


431 


85 


85 


26 


26 


21 


21 


17 


17 


47 


47 


17 


17 


389 


389 


6 


168 


210 


210 


135 


135 


27 


27 


8 


8 


6 




5 




15 




5 




122 




7 


2160 


1105 


1105 


833 


833 


165 


165 


50 


50 


40 




34 




90 


90 


32 


32 


753 


753 


8 


584 


234 


234 


176 


176 


35 


35 


11 


11 


8 


8 


7 


7 


19 


19 


7 


7 


159 


159 


9 


936 


608 


608 


458 


458 


90 


90 


28 


28 


22 


22 


18 




50 




18 




414 


414 


10 


1414 


447 


447 


337 


337 


67 


67 


20 


20 


16 




14 




37 




13 




305 




11 


2094 


1091 


1081 


822 


812 


162 


152 


50 


40 


40 


30 


33 


23 


89 


79 


32 


22 


743 


733 


12 


1268 


362 


362 


273 


273 


54 


54 


16 


16 


13 


13 


11 


11 


30 




11 


11 


246 




13 


246 


166 


166 


125 


125 


25 


25 


8 


8 


6 


6 


5 


5 


14 


14 


5 


5 


113 


113 


14 


729 


252 


252 


190 


190 


38 


38 


11 


11 


9 


9 


8 




21 


21 


7 


7 


172 


172 


15 


2995 


1599 


1599 


1025 


1025 


202 


202 


62 


62 


49 


49 


41 


41 


111 


111 


40 


40 


926 


926 


16 


236 


89 


89 


67 


67 


13 


13 


4 


4 


3 




3 




7 




3 




61 




17 


1856 


482 


482 


309 


309 


61 


61 


19 


19 


15 


15 


12 


12 


33 


33 


12 


12 


279 


279 


18 




151 


151 


97 


97 


19 


19 


6 


6 


5 


5 


4 


4 


11 


11 


4 


4 


88 


88 


19 


1604 


712 


712 


537 


537 


106 


106 


32 


32 


26 




22 




58 




21 




485 


200 


20 


529 


287 


287 


216 


216 


43 


43 


13 


13 


10 




9 




23 




8 




195 


100 


21 


2995 


1845 


1845 


1183 


1183 


234 


234 


71 


71 


57 


57 


48 


48 


128 


128 


46 


46 


1069 


1069 


22 


2584 


570 


570 


430 


430 


85 


53 


26 


16 


21 


13 


17 




47 


29 


17 


11 


388 


243 


23 


1167 


409 


409 


309 


309 


61 


61 


19 


19 


15 


8 


12 




33 


17 


12 


6 


279 


140 


24 


7204 


10156 


10156 


5659 


5659 


1118 


1118 


341 


341 


273 


273 


228 


228 


614 


614 


218 


218 


5113 


5113 


25 


2995 


2886 


2886 


1608 


1608 


318 


318 


97 


97 


78 


78 


65 


65 


174 


174 


62 


62 


1453 


1453 


26 




533 


533 


402 


402 


79 


79 


24 


24 


19 


19 


16 


16 


44 


44 


16 


16 


363 


363 


27 




248 


248 


187 


187 


37 


37 


11 


11 


9 


9 


8 


8 


20 


20 


7 


7 


169 


169 


28 


2295 


1429 


1429 


1077 


1077 


213 


213 


65 


65 


52 


52 


43 


43 


117 


117 


42 


42 


973 


973 


29 


468 


226 


226 


170 


170 


34 


34 


10 


1 


8 


1 


7 


1 


18 


1 


7 


1 


154 


1 


30 




250 


250 


160 


160 


32 


32 


10 


10 


8 


8 


6 


6 


17 


17 


6 


6 


144 


144 


31 


2996 


6165 


6165 


3434 


3434 


679 


679 


207 


207 


165 


165 


138 


138 


372 


372 


132 


132 


3103 


3103 


32 


2995 


6969 


6969 


4459 


4459 


881 


881 


269 


269 


215 


215 


179 


179 


483 


483 


172 


172 


4029 


4029 


33 


2521 




1335 


856 


856 


169 


169 


52 


52 


41 


41 


34 




93 


93 


33 


33 


774 


774 


34 


456 


111 


111 


84 


84 


17 


17 


5 


5 


4 


4 


3 




9 


9 


3 


3 


76 


76 


35 




473 


473 


303 


303 


60 


60 


18 


18 


15 


15 


12 


15 


33 


33 


12 


12 


274 


274 


36 


2995 


2417 


2417 


1550 


1550 


306 


306 


93 


93 


75 


75 


62 




168 


168 


60 


60 


1401 


1401 


37 




121 


121 


78 


78 


15 


15 


5 


5 


4 


4 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


70 


70 


38 


3371 


772 


772 


582 


582 


115 


115 


35 


35 


28 


28 


23 


23 


63 


63 


22 


22 


526 


526 


39 


1735 




171 




129 




25 




8 




6 




5 




14 




5 




116 


40 


1261 


443 


443 


334 


334 


66 


66 


20 


20 


16 


16 


13 


13 


36 


36 


13 


13 


302 


302 


41 


1339 


553 


553 


417 


417 


82 


82 


25 


25 


20 


20 


17 


17 


45 


45 


16 


16 


376 


376 


42 


361 


96 


96 


72 


72 


14 


14 


4 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


65 


65 


43 


2204 


868 


868 


654 


654 


129 


129 


39 


39 


32 


32 


26 


26 


71 


71 


25 


25 


591 


591 


44 


414 


176 


176 


133 


133 


26 


26 


8 


8 


6 


6 


5 


5 


14 


14 


5 


5 


120 


120 


45 


2613 


1862 


1862 


1192 


1192 


236 


236 


72 


72 


57 


57 


48 


48 


129 


129 


46 


46 


1078 


1078 


46 


2585 


1390 


1390 


891 


891 


176 


176 


54 


54 


43 


43 


36 


36 


97 


97 


34 


34 


805 


805 


47 




299 


299 


225 


225 


44 


44 


14 


14 


11 


11 


9 


9 


24 


24 


9 


9 


203 


203 


48 




167 


167 


125 


125 


25 


25 


8 


8 


6 


6 


5 


5 


14 


14 


5 


5 


113 


113 


49 




122 


122 


92 


92 


18 


18 


6 


6 


4 


4 


4 


4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


83 


83 


50 




101 


101 


76 


76 


15 


15 


5 


2 


4 


4 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 




68 




51 




80 


80 


60 


60 


12 


12 


4 


4 


3 


3 


2 


2 


7 


7 


2 


2 


54 


54 


52 


1558 


1188 


1188 


896 


896 


177 


177 


54 


54 


43 


43 


36 


36 


97 


97 


35 


35 


810 


186 


53 


2174 


882 


882 


665 


665 


131 


131 


40 


40 


32 


32 






72 


72 


26 


26 


601 


601 


54 


374 


129 


129 


98 


98 


19 


19 


6 


6 


5 


5 


4 


4 


11 


11 


4 


4 


88 


88 


55 


4487 


6191 


6191 


3450 


3450 


682 


682 


208 


208 


166 


166 


139 


139 


374 


374 


133 


133 


3117 


3117 


56 


3224 


2884 


2884 


1848 


1848 


365 


365 


111 


111 


89 


89 


74 


74 


200 


200 


71 


71 


1670 


1670 


57 




419 


419 


269 


269 


53 


53 


16 


16 


13 


13 


11 


11 


29 


29 


10 


10 


243 


243 


58 


2774 


1958 


1958 


1255 


1255 


248 


248 


76 


76 


60 


60 


50 




136 


136 


48 


48 


1134 


1134 


59 


500 


391 


391 


251 


251 


50 


50 


15 


15 


12 


12 


10 




27 


27 


10 


10 


227 


227 


60 


1571 


580 


580 


437 


437 


86 


86 


26 


26 


21 


21 


18 




47 


47 


17 


17 


395 


395 


61 


954 


427 


427 


322 


322 


64 


64 


19 


19 


16 


16 


13 


13 


35 


35 


12 


12 


291 


291 


62 

63 


87850 


70527 


72348 


45436 


45763 


8978 


9002 


2739 


2728 


2188 


2071 


1813 


1378 


4909 


4665 


1809 


1723 


40993 


39044 





266 
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LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 







CONNECT. 








BENEVOLENCES 














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Church and Charge 


53a 


53b 


55a 


55b 


56a 


56b 


57a 


57b 


58a 


58b 


59 


60 


1 


Baskin 


60 


60 


99 


99 


38 


38 


17 


17 


12 


12 


14 




2 


Union 


116 


116 


227 


227 


87 


87 


38 




27 


27 


31 




3 


Bastrop- First 


1736 


1736 


3205 


3205 


1229 


1229 


542 


542 


387 


387 


443 




4 


Collinston 




184 




301 




115 




51 




36 


42 




5 


Memorial 


598 


598 


969 


969 


372 


372 


164 


164 


117 


117 


134 


140 


6 


Mer Rouge 


356 


356 


623 


623 


239 


239 


105 


105 


75 


75 


86 




7 


Beekman 


99 




195 


100 


75 




33 




24 








8 


Columbia 


659 


659 


1205 


1205 


462 


462 


204 




146 








9 


Hebert 


143 


143 


255 


255 


98 


98 


43 


43 


31 


31 


35 




10 


Crew Lake 


379 


379 


662 


100 


254 


254 


112 




80 








11 


Reveille 


369 


369 


488 




187 




82 




59 








12 


Delhi 


681 


681 


1189 


1189 


456 


446 


201 


191 


144 


134 


154 


38 


13 


Epps 


237 


237 


394 


394 


151 


25 


67 


37 


48 


48 






14 


Floyd 


111 




181 


181 


69 


69 


31 


31 


22 


22 


25 




15 


Pioneer 


163 


163 


275 


100 


105 


105 


47 




33 




38 




16 


Ferriday 


778 


778 


1481 


1481 


568 


568 


251 


251 


179 


179 


205 




17 


Clayton 


66 




97 




37 




16 




12 








18 


Grayson 


262 


262 


446 


446 


171 


171 


76 


76 


54 


54 


62 




19 


Kelly 


81 


81 


140 


140 


54 


54 


24 


24 


17 


17 


19 




20 


Kilbourne 


451 


451 


776 


100 


298 


100 


131 




94 








21 


Locust Grove 


154 


154 


312 


100 


120 


120 


53 




38 








22 


Lake Providence 


906 


906 


1711 


1711 


656 


656 


289 


289 


207 


207 


237 


6312 


23 


Mangham 






621 


388 


238 


149 


105 


66 


75 


47 


54 




24 


Crowville 






446 


223 


171 


86 


75 


38 


54 


27 


31 




25 


First Monroe 


4214 


4214 


8181 


8181 


3136 


3136 


1384 


1384 


989 


989 


1132 


1090 


26 


Memorial 


1372 


1372 


2325 


2325 


891 


891 


393 


393 


281 


281 


322 




27 


St. James 


298 




581 


581 


223 


223 


98 


98 


70 


70 


80 




28 


Mount Olive 


179 


179 


270 


270 


103 


103 


46 


46 


33 


33 


37 




29 


St. Mark's 


697 


697 


1558 


1558 


597 


597 


263 


263 


188 


188 


215 


438 


30 


Little Creek 


151 


75 


246 


246 


94 


1 


42 


1 


30 


1 


1 




31 


St. Paul 






231 


231 


89 


89 


39 


39 


28 


28 


32 




32 


St. Paul's 


2663 


2663 


4965 


4965 


1903 


1903 


840 


840 


600 


600 


687 


4235 


33 


Southside 


3198 


3198 


6447 


6447 


2471 


2471 


1091 


1091 


779 


779 


892 


220 


34 


Oak Grove 


694 


694 


1238 


800 


475 


475 


209 


209 


150 


150 


171 




35 


Forest 


79 


79 


121 


121 


47 


47 


21 


21 


15 


15 


17 




36 


Oak Ridge 


281 


281 


438 


438 


168 


168 


74 


74 


53 


53 


61 




37 


Rayville 


1239 


1239 


2241 


2241 


859 


859 


379 


379 


271 


271 


310 


520 


38 


Holly Ridge 


56 


56 


112 


112 


43 


43 


19 


19 


14 


14 


16 




39 


St. Andrew's 






841 


841 


322 


322 


142 


142 


102 


102 


116 




40 


Bartholomew 




106 




186 




71 




31 




22 


26 




41 


St. Joseph 


264 


264 


484 


484 


185 


185 


82 




58 


58 


67 


120 


42 


Waterproof 




312 


602 


602 


231 


231 


102 


102 


73 


73 


83 


22 


43 


Wesley 


61 


61 


104 


104 


40 


40 


18 


18 


13 


13 


14 




44 


Sicily Island 


489 


489 


946 


946 


363 


363 


160 


160 


114 


114 


131 




45 


Harrisonburg 


126 


126 


192 


192 


74 


74 


33 


33 


23 


23 


27 




46 


Tallulah 


1141 


1141 


1724 


1724 


661 


661 


292 


292 


208 


208 


238 




47 


Vidalia 


743 


743 


1288 


1288 


494 


494 


218 


218 


156 


156 


178 




48 


Washington Chapel 


189 


189 


325 


325 


125 


125 


55 


55 


39 


39 


45 




49 


Mt. Sinai 


96 


96 


181 


181 


70 


70 


31 


31 


22 


22 


25 




50 


Mt. Nebo 


63 


63 


132 


132 


51 


51 


22 


22 


16 


16 


18 




51 


St. Peter 


56 


56 


110 


110 


42 


42 


19 


19 


13 


13 


15 




52 


Lawson Chapel 


42 


42 


87 


87 


33 


33 


15 


15 


10 


10 


12 




53 


Asbury 


693 


388 


1296 


259 


497 


249 


219 




157 


79 


90 




54 


Claiborne 


568 


568 


962 


962 


369 


369 














55 


Wilhite 


81 


81 


141 


141 


54 


54 


24 


24 


17 


17 


20 




56 


First 


2632 


2632 


4988 


4988 


1912 


1912 


844 


844 


603 


603 


690 


1200 


57 


vIcGuire 


1437 


1437 


2672 


2672 


1024 


1024 


452 


452 


323 


323 


370 


2315 


58 


Woodlawn 


217 


217 


388 


388 


149 


149 


66 


66 


47 


47 


54 




59 


Winnsboro First 


997 


997 


1814 


1040 


695 


695 


307 




219 


219 


251 


1552 


60 


Gilbert 


217 


217 


363 


363 


139 


139 


61 


53 


44 


44 


50 




61 


Wisner 


411 


411 


632 


400 


242 


242 


107 


107 


76 


76 


87 




62 


3oeuf Prairie 


258 


258 


465 


465 


178 


178 


79 


79 


56 


56 


64 




63 


Monroe District 




























fOTAL 


34307 1 


33954 1 


65688 


60933 


25184 


24222 


10952 


9545 


7825 


7225 


8254 


18202 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



267 



Statistical Table No. 3 





BENEVOLENCES 








General Church 
































Special Da 


y Offerings 












































c 








§ 




c 




c 






CD 




< 










































c 

I 

E 
o 
O 

1 


T3 


o 


CM 


8 


u 


-a 


» 


ro 


■D 


■D 


CD 
O 


O - 

o s 

CD = 




CD 
CO 

3 C 


i 

O « 
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O o 


If 

c 3 

Z> CO 


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cr 

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X Q 


j. CM 
+ CO 

CD o 

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S CD 

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■o 

S3 CD 
CO "D 
C C 

O CO 


'1 1 

I J 


CO 

CD .S2 

1 a 
O W 




CD 

5 


6 
|| 

S. 6 


6 

O .- 
co O 
C CO 
0> CO 

o. ci- 


CD 
C 
CD 

CD 
CD 

6 


CO o 

s b 

3 2 




61 


62a 


62b 


62c 


62d 


62e 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


eg 


70 


71 


72 






















66 


63 






3 




3165 


1 




















151 


1442 






8 




7109 


2 


50 




206 


169 




375 




113 


14635 


3337 


2030 


780 


167 


107 


2092 


164776 


3 






23 






23 






122 


201 


191 


542 




10 




17485 


4 




70 


7 




15 


92 




70 


1162 


646 


614 


913 


182 


32 


324 


41425 


5 




25 








25 






409 
493 
296 
50 


415 

803 
170 


394 

763 
161 


811 

4381 
495 




21 
8 


281 

1461 
172 


29375 
8153 

70531 
8955 


6 
7 
8 
9 




4 








4 






154 


441 


419 










25870 


10 




37 








37 






56 




17 








140 


26661 


11 


135 


43 
44 








43 
44 






1258 
257 


783 


743 
50 


837 
458 


409 


35 


140 
161 


65480 
18655 


12 

13 




13 


11 






24 






66 


121 


115 


60 




5 




6584 


14 




6 


10 






16 






143 


183 


174 


299 








12433 


15 
















25 


268 


988 


938 


573 


168 


49 


679 


60226 
4266 


16 
17 


















1472 


298 


283 


665 


100 


15 


446 


27044 


18 


















156 


93 


89 


167 




5 




4827 


19 














59 


150 


140 


100 


100 


350 






80 


31440 


20 


















413 


100 


100 


565 








11467 


21 




96 


175 


154 


36 


461 


23 


82 


3047 
466 
90 


1140 
259 


1083 
246 


1750 
500 




57 
13 


1397 
163 


95357 
34487 
19213 


22 
23 
24 


75 


554 


177 


200 


75 


1006 


75 


200 


14672 


5454 


5181 


7358 


298 


273 


4454 


506117 


25 






238 






238 




97 


1996 
25 


1550 
388 
180 


1473 
368 
171 


168 


414 


78 
19 
9 


3446 


88483 
13249 
13951 


26 
27 
28 


















627 


1238 


986 


500 


135 


52 


521 


101527 


29 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


4 


1 


1 


200 


51 


1 


1 


1 


2 




7325 


30 




















154 


146 


516 




8 




7401 


31 




214 


100 






314 




145 


6920 


4660 


3144 


4846 


945 


165 


1389 


286425 


32 


60 


24 


24 


24 




72 


48 


78 


6360 


4298 


4083 






215 


767 


271748 


33 






81 






81 




200 


3177 
25 


825 
81 


784 
77 


350 
95 


177 


41 
4 


991 


73198 
4995 


34 
35 






35 






35 






1090 


292 


278 


35 




15 




16790 


36 


50 






35 




35 


40 


100 


1925 
450 
429 
150 


1494 
75 
561 
124 


1419 
71 
533 

118 


2210 
88 


230 


75 
4 

6 


906 

15 


104581 

7297 

39752 

9671 


37 
38 
39 
40 




11 


25 




11 


47 




75 


565 


200 


306 


962 


108 


16 


270 


26900 


41 




52 


20 


20 


77 


169 


20 




695 


401 


381 


204 




20 


138 


28780 


42 




20 






5 


25 






165 


69 


66 






3 


380 


5323 


43 




51 


113 


22 


75 


261 


64 


68 


1418 


631 


599 






32 


396 


37803 


44 




25 


16 


25 




66 


26 




384 


128 


122 






6 




8030 


45 






25 


42 




67 




66 


327 


1149 


1092 




133 


57 


690 


58628 


46 




41 








41 




66 


519 
300 


858 
217 
121 
88 


816 
206 
115 
84 


1604 


191 


43 
11 
6 

4 


889 


51391 
8472 
5175 
4801 


47 

48 
49 
50 




















30 


20 






4 




3174 


51 




















58 


55 






3 




2911 


52 




27 


16 




8 


51 






1115 


173 


411 


298 




22 


1249 


67443 


53 




93 


44 




11 


148 


64 


30 


846 


641 


609 


506 


185 


32 


243 


41543 


54 




74 






33 


107 






371 


94 


89 


81 




5 




9569 


55 






235 






235 




163 


3005 


3325 


3159 


1540 


271 


166 


2401 


484139 


56 


100 


25 


111 


25 


25 


186 


25 


50 


2602 


1781 


1692 


1373 


144 


89 


1345 


244090 


57 




20 


20 






40 






577 


259 


246 






13 




19612 


58 






213 






213 






2046 


1209 


1149 


173 


930 


60 




98712 


59 




35 








35 






224 


242 


230 


623 


25 


12 




18182 


60 


















622 


200 


400 


575 


233 


21 


354 


25396 


61 


















259 


310 


295 


800 




16 




27507 


62 
















165 
















41865 


63 


471 


1605 


1926 


717 


372 


4620 


445 


1944 


79239 


43904 


39692 


39058 


5446 


1975 


28380 


3666940 





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NEW ORLEANS-HOUMA 









CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 










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11 

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Church and Charge 


Pastor 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5a 


5b 


5c 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


1 


Berwick First 


Leo L. Beck 


289 


18 


16 


4 








5 




5 


317 


96 


24 


9 


39 


6 


2 


Buras Trinity 


Lillard R. Bevill 


99 


7 


10 


5 








2 




1 


118 


65 


4 


10 


50 


10 


3 


Hope Chapel 


Lillard R. Bevill 


10 


2 


















12 


8 




3 






4 


Golden Meadow 


Paul W. Carter 


497 


18 


2 


10 




16 


16 


13 


36 


10 


452 


160 


18 


99 


30 


12 


5 


Grand Isle 


Paul W. Carter 


38 




2 










1 






39 


25 


1 


6 


12 




6 


Houma First 


John & Carole C.Winn 


1388 


18 


42 


14 


176 


2 


178 


22 


4 


5 


1253 


304 


21 


201 


169 


11 


7 


Houma Heights 


Stephen P. Carter 


144 


2 


1 


8 








6 






149 


92 


9 


63 


11 




8 


Clanton Chapel 


Stephen P. Carter 


174 










17 


17 




1 


2 


154 


68 


7 


123 


15 




9 


Pecan Grove 


Stephen P. Grove 




11 


















11 


9 




2 






10 


Houma Wesley 


Larry Martin 


29 


3 


1 














2 


31 


25 


7 


12 


5 




11 


Mt. Vernon 


Larry Martin 


48 


6 
















1 


53 


35 


3 


1 






12 


Luling 


Larry Maddin 


386 


4 


3 


6 








14 


1 


2 


382 


95 


6 


63 


35 


4 


13 


St. John 


Larry Maddin 


38 


1 




1 








2 


1 


1 


36 


20 


1 


7 


11 


1 


14 


Mathews Memorial 


James R. Woodward 


154 




1 




5 




5 


6 




2 


142 


61 


2 


43 


17 




15 


Bayou Blue 


James R.Woodward 


222 


19 


6 


1 














248 


119 


5 


24 




8 


16 


Pharr Chapel 


J. Vernon Fairley 


924 


14 


11 


3 




4 


4 


16 


4 




928 


198 


19 


198 


28 


7 


17 


Walmsley 


RogerJ.Transpers 


72 


1 


1 
















74 


60 


1 


1 






18 


Mason 


RogerJ.Transpers 


83 


1 




2 














86 


65 


2 


7 






19 


Napoleonville Wesley 


Albert Holland 


83 


1 












2 


1 


2 


79 


67 










20 


Woodlawn 


Albert Holland 


76 














1 




5 


70 


64 


6 


3 






21 


Algiers First 


W. Ed Parks Sr. 


369 


1 


6 


3 




30 


30 


15 


2 


4 


328 


119 


6 


41 


24 




22 


Asbury 


William L. Jones 


118 


1 


2 
















121 


105 


5 


53 




8 


23 


St. Matthew 


William L. Jones 


129 


2 














1 


4 


126 


98 


3 


20 


9 


8 


24 


Aurora 


Byrl J. Moreland 


1644 


10 


24 


19 


22 


3 


25 


55 


13 


8 


1596 


407 


28 


422 


146 


25 


25 


Belle Chase 


Eddie E. Morgan 


140 


13 


8 


6 








1 




2 


164 


61 


3 


31 


21 


9 


26 


St. James Marrero 


Eddie E. Morgan 


144 


4 


15 










8 


5 


1 


149 


58 


4 


37 


21 


4 


27 


Boynton 


O.W. Christopher 


195 


7 


4 


3 


3 




3 






2 


204 


125 


6 


56 






28 


Carrolton 


Leland D. Wade 


345 


2 


7 










18 


3 


6 


327 


109 


1 


50 


60 


1 


29 


First Street 


Abraham E. Davis 


997 


3 


3 


2 








1 




10 


994 


350 


10 


133 


30 


9 


30 


Gretna 


Ray R. Spiller 


914 


12 


38 


10 




2 


2 


25 




4 


943 


255 


48 


336 


38 


7 


31 


Haven 


Russell L. Jones 


204 


5 


3 


2 


1 




1 




1 


5 


207 


130 


10 


63 


1 


6 


32 


Jefferson 


Cleveland B. Herr Jr. 


273 


6 




2 




2 


2 


2 


2 


8 


267 


64 


5 


10 


17 




33 


Christ 


Cleveland B. Herr Jr. 




19 


3 


6 












1 


27 


15 


5 


10 


4 




34 


Kenner First 


Robert R. Miller 


455 


10 


10 


1 




16 


16 


10 


8 


1 


441 


112 


10 


14 


45 


4 


35 


Messiah 


Kathy Henderson 
























50 


2 


2 


70 




36 


Korean 


Han Lee 




40 


















40 


30 


11 


5 


5 


15 


37 


Kenner Ross 


Donald Barrie 


77 


















1 


76 


50 


3 


15 






38 


Thomas 


Donald Barrie 


65 


2 
















1 


66 


55 


2 


12 






39 


Mt. Zion 


Alfred L. Norris 


1106 


22 


7 


18 


2 




2 


5 


4 


24 


1118 


405 


19 


215 


14 


16 


40 


Napoleon Avenue 


MelJ.Turnage 


188 


2 


1 


3 












3 


191 


45 






3 




41 


Parker Memorial 


Dwight E. Huff 


86 


8 


6 


2 












2 


100 


35 










42 


Peck 


Julius Jefferson 


371 


1 


3 


3 








1 




4 


373 


140 


5 


77 


43 


1 


43 


Peoples 


Percell Church Sr. 


230 


2 


1 


1 












1 


233 


90 


2 


15 






44 


Phillips Memorial 


Alfred Pollar 


230 


7 




2 












1 


238 


90 


45 


9 


8 


3 


45 


Shaw Temple 


Alfred Pollar 


69 


8 




1 














78 


52 




34 




2 


46 


Rayne Memorial 


Clyde C. Frazier Jr. 


723 


8 


26 


12 








7 


1 


10 


751 


202 


8 


78 


48 


7 


47 


St. Matthews 


George A. Duerson 


938 


24 


30 


5 


75 


6 


81 


22 


3 


4 


887 


226 


27 


130 


39 


17 


48 


St. Paul 


L.W. Taylor 


394 


14 


11 


4 




3 


3 


4 


2 


3 


411 


107 


24 


72 


10 


5 


49 


New Orleans Trinity 


Robert F. Harrington 


172 


3 


2 


3 












5 


175 


39 




4 






50 


New Orleans Wesley 


Nathaniel P. Williams 


115 


1 


1 






5 


5 


14 


24 


6 


68 


40 


4 


25 


3 




51 


Williams 


Thomas A. Hoover Jr. 


95 


2 




4 








2 




3 


96 


50 


7 


39 




1 


52 


St. James Hahnville 


Louis Augustine Jr. 


22 




3 


1 














26 


30 




7 




2 


53 


Patterson 


Gary N. Cook 


113 




4 
















117 


40 


2 


25 


8 




54 


Bayou Vista 


Gary N. Cook 


78 


2 


















80 


22 


1 


15 


10 




55 


Thibodaux First 


Steven M. Spurlock 


192 


12 


16 


9 








9 




3 


217 


90 


18 


61 


27 


9 


56 


Vacherie 


Steven M. Spurlock 


7 




















7 


6 










57 


Gibson 


Steven M. Spurlock 


5 




















5 


4 










58 


Calvary 


Louis L. Streams 


89 


3 
















6 


86 


55 


11 


43 




10 


59 


Magnolia 


Louis L. Streams 


86 


20 














2 


2 


102 


85 


10 


31 




8 


60 


No/Houma District 


William C. Blakely 




































TOTAL 




16132 


402 


330 


176 


284 


106 


390 


289 


119 


173 


16069 


5682 


481 


3065 


1126 


236 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



269 



Statistical Table No. 1 



CHURCH SCHOOL 


U.M.M. 


U.M.W. 


PROPERTY AND OTHER ASSETS 














Average 


























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■5 °- 

C0 3 
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£ C3 

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2 

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11 

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E 

CD c 

2 


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1 £ 

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15 


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E 

5 

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11 

15 


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£ CD 
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£ 3 

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T3 

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3 

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CB 

£ -c 
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1 o> 

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CO -5 

c 2 

.£ to 




15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 




15 


12 


10 


15 


52 


43 


11 


10 


14 






19 


429 


180000 


68000 


5005 


966 


600 


1 


14 


15 


4 


15 


48 


20 






3 


12 


750 


20 


2000 


250000 


90000 


15000 






2 


2 


3 




4 


9 


5 
















10000 










3 


10 


55 
6 


15 


26 


106 

7 


60 
7 


11 


148 


12 


10 




33 


200 


346500 
140500 


82800 


15000 






4 
5 


60 


141 


88 


128 


417 


199 


419 


845 


11 






34 


3803 


1465901 


109959 


47567 


174028 




6 


5 


32 


20 


19 


76 


55 


21 


27 








15 




269000 


63000 


20000 


47000 




7 


4 


35 


19 


23 


81 


29 












12 




115000 




18000 






8 


2 






11 


13 


9 


9 


9 






















9 


3 


14 


4 




21 


10 


15 


35 




8 


200 


10 


250 


76000 










10 


3 


8 


6 


10 


27 


14 


11 


17 




10 


250 


15 


600 


60000 










11 


12 


31 


20 


43 


106 


35 


9 


27 


4 






7 


400 


457000 


83500 


42008 


57682 




12 


5 


11 






16 


8 
















200194 




6479 






13 


5 


11 




15 


31 


21 












32 


285 


172850 


90000 








14 


14 


23 


22 


27 


86 


29 


7 


25 












325000 






30000 




15 


23 


90 


24 


30 


167 


83 


7 


87 




35 


1200 


40 


2078 


400000 


100000 


151970 


29329 




16 


4 


5 


30 


5 


44 


35 




6 












100000 


6000 


60000 


7000 


7000 


17 


4 


11 


21 


7 


43 


29 


7 










20 


300 


75000 


8000 


9000 




6000 


18 


3 


7 


16 




26 


28 


28 


30 




48 




50 




58000 


48000 








19 


2 


3 


6 


9 


20 


12 












48 




290000 










20 


12 


21 


17 


37 


87 


40 




52 








50 


1351 


610000 


120000 


9555 


7400 




21 


7 


30 


15 




52 


8 


8 


7 




11 


196 


22 


245 


45000 










22 


10 


34 


12 


14 


70 


39 


95 


6 




12 


140 


24 


375 


55000 


18000 








23 


53 


162 


79 


205 


499 


308 


193 


269 




20 




119 


823 


995000 


200000 


10000 


400604 




24 


6 


23 


10 


12 


51 


31 


11 


43 












221700 


115400 


3000 






25 


8 


20 


12 


21 


61 


32 


10 


15 




12 


268 


18 


397 


90000 


32000 


1500 






26 


10 


17 


9 


7 


43 


30 


14 


47 




30 


175 


22 


250 


250000 






30000 




27 


12 


30 


15 


115 


172 


80 


15 






15 




87 


1722 


1239572 


140000 


271000 






28 


14 


88 


47 


43 


192 


60 


50 


40 




46 




128 




1100000 




240654 


270000 




29 


24 


197 


97 


125 


443 


164 


166 


225 




45 


288 


65 


24982 


967703 


89910 


43865 


360199 




30 


8 


30 


11 


19 


68 


29 


8 


23 




24 


355 


59 


201 


480000 


35000 






5000 


31 


7 


10 


5 


8 


30 


14 


15 


12 




16 


755 


12 


226 


270000 


95000 


4836 






32 


4 


10 




6 


20 


8 


6 
























33 


14 


29 


6 


43 


92 


54 




20 








65 


1531 


671000 


101000 


5765 






34 


7 


10 


3 


16 


36 


25 




16 














2500 


2200 






35 


2 


7 


2 


15 


26 


10 


8 






10 


200 


20 


700 












36 


2 


7 


3 


4 


16 


7 












40 


700 


75000 


30000 






3000 


37 


2 


5 


4 


2 


13 


8 












35 


275 


90000 








4000 


38 


38 


86 


55 


95 


274 


102 


63 


50 


16 


200 


850 


212 


1192 


742000 




248000 






39 


8 


5 


4 


44 


61 


50 


49 


12 




10 


75 


32 


1950 


750000 


115000 


55000 






40 








15 


15 


15 








1 








518000 


143000 


4000 






41 


15 


40 


31 


16 


102 


28 


26 


54 




18 


4151 


43 


4855 


350000 




55000 


3200 


1500 


42 


10 


20 


15 


20 


65 


15 








15 


35 


20 




162000 




101000 






43 


7 


8 


13 


15 


43 


18 


15 




2 






10 




200000 




20000 




5000 


44 


3 


5 


7 


2 


17 


7 
















102500 










45 


22 


76 


14 


47 


159 


88 


84 


443 


7 






84 


150 


2850000 


147000 


3833651 






46 


33 


107 


68 


120 


328 


149 


95 


120 


19 


30 


263 


98 


580 


2158000 


105000 


24925 


634440 




47 


15 


23 


18 


20 


76 


38 






4 


23 


35 


28 


914 


525000 


132000 


25973 


21135 




48 


5 






6 


11 


6 












8 




250000 


55000 




3500 




49 


3 


10 


11 


8 


32 


14 


35 


15 




15 


50 


26 


280 


250000 






7375 


316 


50 


4 


16 


6 


5 


31 


21 








3 




25 




180000 


80000 




3200 




51 


3 


7 




2 


12 


9 




5 








15 


100 


45000 










52 


6 


21 


3 


12 


42 


18 


8 


10 








24 


758 


114500 


41300 


15793 






53 


8 


11 


5 


8 


32 


20 


7 


15 












158500 




653 




243 


54 


12 


28 


8 


18 


66 


35 




10 


9 






20 




262500 


99750 


61881 


33324 




55 




























8600 










56 




























2500 




2000 






57 


5 


25 


10 


3 


43 


31 




2 




20 


2115 


21 


1200 


166000 


45000 


12000 


25861 


200 


58 


5 


20 


5 




30 


20 






7 


14 


1500 


20 


1200 


85000 
460000 


162000 




12000 
81995 


550 


59 
60 


595 


1751 


925 


1535 


4806 


2362 1 


1536 


2777 


165 


713 


13851 


1807 


57302 


22491020 


2853119 


5442280 


2240238 


33409 





270 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



NEW ORLEANS HOUMA 



LOCAL CHURCH EXPENDITURES 


MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 










E 






Local Church 








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Church and Charge 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38a 


38b 


39a 


39b 


39c 


40a 


40b 


40c 


41a 


41b 


41c 


1 


Berwick First 


3040 


8176 


1189 


9258 


625 


14424 


14424 






14424 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


2 


Buras Trinity 




2886 


743 


7480 


1137 


13600 


13600 






13600 


1800 




1800 


4200 




4200 


3 


Hope Chapel 




1000 


60 


200 


60 


2000 


2000 






2000 


300 




300 


400 




400 


4 


Golden Meadow 




1150 


2915 


12870 


1523 


13500 


13500 






13500 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


5 


Grand Isle 




7104 


124 


515 


800 


2080 


2080 






2080 


180 




180 


815 




815 


6 


Houma First 


19094 


20043 


5925 


60097 


50081 


15636 


15671 


15636 


15671 


31342 


4800 




4800 


4200 


4200 


8400 


7 


Houma Heights 




4458 


650 


3161 


2070 


5570 


5570 






5570 


2950 




2950 


3492 




3492 


8 


Clanton Chapel 




98 




1703 


200 


1500 


1500 






1500 


1567 




1567 


1000 




1000 


9 


Pecan Grove 




2020 




155 




300 


300 






300 


300 




300 


600 




600 


10 


Houma Wesley 


1420 


1420 


100 


580 


565 


3360 


3360 






3360 


500 




500 


240 




240 


11 


Mt. Vernon 




554 


242 


750 




3120 


3120 






3120 








640 




640 


12 


Luling 


11894 


2876 


3505 


8916 


5079 


15700 


15704 






15704 


2732 




2732 


4207 




4207 


13 


St. John 




221 


99 


589 


240 


3030 


3030 






3030 


50 




50 


750 




750 


14 


Mathews Memorial 




2335 


1566 


2680 


1815 


6000 


6000 






6000 


1500 




1500 


2100 




2100 


15 


Bayou Blue 


13880 


4633 


2351 


3904 


2638 


6000 


6000 






6000 


1625 




1625 


2100 




2100 


16 


Pharr Chapel 


6172 


9454 


5416 


35869 


22697 


23210 


23210 






23210 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


17 


Walmsley 


1260 




520 


4110 




3720 


3720 






3720 


1250 




1250 


1000 




1000 


18 


Mason 


1255 


1197 


478 


986 




4000 


4000 






4000 


692 




692 


1280 




1280 


19 


Napoleonville Wesley 




3841 


1120 


1000 


1993 


3120 


3930 






3930 








650 




650 


20 


Woodlawn 






1581 


1327 




2920 


2920 






2920 








650 




650 


21 


Algiers First 


2436 


22996 


1517 


24837 


4913 


18959 


18959 






18959 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


22 


Asbury 




1775 


711 


5576 


1478 


5262 


5262 






5262 


1747 




1747 


1338 




1338 


23 


St. Matthew 


2700 


1340 


635 


4155 


975 


9324 


9324 






9324 


1747 




1747 


480 




480 


24 


Aurora 


63858 


31525 


17806 


94718 


24056 


32800 


32800 


10467 


10467 


43267 


2400 


2300 


4700 


4200 


4200 


8400 


25 


Belle Chase 




8024 


1185 


3718 


5323 


9500 


9500 






9500 


2400 




2400 


2400 




2400 


26 


St. James Marrero 


1397 


4291 


1078 


4362 


2184 


8300 


8300 






8300 


1800 




1800 


2400 




2400 


27 


Boynton 


4409 




1690 


3422 




7916 


7916 






7916 


3929 




3929 


800 




800 


28 


Carrolton 


2539 


9994 


2197 


36178 


133189 


21700 


21700 






21700 


3060 




3060 


4200 




4200 


29 


First Street 


4848 


10235 


4796 


23382 


2478 


13837 


13837 






13837 


5533 




5533 








30 


Gretna 


46872 


14816 


7336 


54562 


7284 


25480 


25480 






25480 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


31 


Haven 




82000 


1480 


13097 


1795 


7592 


7592 






7592 


2400 




2400 


1300 




1300 


32 


Jefferson 




3285 


2580 


4687 


1868 


11000 


11000 






11000 


2200 




2200 


2200 




2200 


33 


Christ 


300 


931 


200 


298 


72 
























34 


Kenner First 




8315 


3658 


27857 


3238 


15500 


15500 






15500 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


35 


Messiah 




1126 


216 


220 


























36 


Korean 








300 




10800 


10800 






10800 


3000 




3000 


4200 




4200 


37 


Kenner Ross 


960 


9738 


200 


3060 


300 


3000 


3000 






3000 


800 




800 


1200 




1200 


38 


Thomas 


500 


12000 


150 


1546 


300 


3000 


3000 






3000 


800 




800 


1200 




1200 


39 


Mt. Zion 




2760 


6602 


34000 


3649 


23115 


23115 






23115 


2189 




2189 


2226 




2226 


40 


Napoleon Avenue 




2200 


1500 


9200 


1200 


12300 


12300 






12300 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


41 


Parker Memorial 


4124 


5128 


3583 


4761 


4320 


5840 


5840 






5840 


1150 




1150 


817 




817 


42 


Peck 


800 


900 


3450 


11334 


2100 


10196 


10196 






10196 


2180 




2180 


4380 




4380 


43 


Peoples 




2489 


6973 


2981 




8250 


8250 






8250 


1200 




1200 








44 


Phillips Memorial 


1000 


1000 


1000 


4500 




10296 


10296 






10296 


2400 




2400 


1300 




1300 


45 


Shaw Temple 




500 


900 


1600 




4910 


4910 






4910 








250 




250 


46 


Rayne Memorial 




50493 


22182 


163392 


63363 


36650 


36650 


13700 


13700 


50350 




2400 


2400 


4200 


4200 


8400 


47 


St. Matthews 


82380 


54183 


7706 


61296 


7099 


24600 


24600 






24600 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


48 


St. Paul 


3450 


3374 


9847 


16587 


3598 


15069 


15069 






15069 


2700 




2700 


4200 




4200 


49 


New Orleans Trinity 




1146 


420 


3307 




7415 


7415 






7415 


1761 




1761 


405 




405 


50 


New Orleans Wesley 


970 


1005 


270 


505 


707 


6760 


6760 






6760 


1200 




1200 


500 




500 


51 


Williams 


500 




623 


5565 


595 


6916 


6916 






6916 


738 




738 


520 




520 


52 


St. James Hahnville 




139 


665 


1307 




2400 


2400 






2400 


300 




300 


520 




520 


53 


Patterson 




2453 


1976 


3762 


1746 


6833 


6833 






6833 


1632 




1632 


1810 




1810 


54 


Bayou Vista 


1223 


1366 


632 


2720 


587 


3087 


3087 






3087 


800 




800 


1690 




1690 


55 


Thibodaux First 


3284 


25674 


2853 


7099 


2240 


14853 


14853 






14853 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


56 


Vacherie 








107 


75 


300 


300 






300 








300 




300 


57 


Gibson 






105 






420 


420 






420 














58 


Calvary 


4800 




624 


428 




4960 


4960 






4960 


500 




500 


450 




450 


59 


Magnolia 


1605 


8500 


300 


680 




4030 


4030 






4030 


350 




350 


300 




300 


60 


No/Houma District 












33000 


33000 






33000 


2400 




2400 


6300 




6300 




TOTAL 


292970 


459167 


148230 797256 


252384 


588960 


589809 


39803 


39838I 629647 


95162 


4700 


99862 


122210 


12600 


134810 






LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



271 



Statistical Table No. 2 



MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 


C0NNECTI0NAL ADMINISTRATION FUNDS 


Other Than Local Church 


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3 3 


II 


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42 


43a 


43b 


44a 


44b 


45a 


45b 


46a 


46b 


47a 


47b 


49a 


49b 


50a 


50b 


51a 


51b 


52a 


52b 




2623 


1355 


1355 


977 


977 


193 


193 


59 


59 


47 


47 


39 


39 


106 


106 


38 


38 


883 


883 


1 


3410 


652 


652 


492 


492 


97 


97 


30 


30 


24 


24 


20 


20 


53 


53 


19 


19 


445 


445 


2 




72 


72 


54 


54 


11 


11 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


49 


49 


3 


2975 


1849 


1849 


1184 


1184 


234 


234 


71 


71 


57 


57 


48 




128 


128 


42 


42 


1070 


1070 


4 




144 


144 


109 


109 


21 


21 


7 


7 


5 


5 


4 




12 


12 


4 


4 


98 


98 


5 


6495 


6282 


6282 


3498 


3498 


691 


691 


211 


211 


169 


169 


141 


141 


379 


379 


135 


135 


3161 


3161 


6 


439 


569 


569 


429 


429 


85 


85 


26 


26 


21 


21 


17 


17 


46 


46 


17 


17 


387 


387 


7 




448 


25 


337 


50 


67 


25 


20 




16 




14 




37 




13 




304 




8 
9 




104 


104 


66 


66 


13 


13 


4 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


7 


7 


3 


3 


60 


60 


10 




123 


123 


79 


79 


16 


16 


5 


5 


4 


4 


3 


3 


9 


9 


3 


3 


71 


71 


11 


2729 


1400 


1400 


1055 


1055 


208 


208 


64 


64 


51 


51 


42 


42 


114 


114 


41 


41 


953 


953 


12 


266 


136 


136 


103 


103 


20 


20 


6 


6 


5 


5 


4 


4 


11 


11 


4 


4 


93 


93 


13 


2186 


536 


536 


404 


404 


80 


80 


24 


24 


19 


19 






44 


44 


16 


16 


365 


365 


14 


2186 


626 


626 


471 


471 


93 


93 


28 


28 


23 


23 


19 


19 


51 


51 


18 


18 


426 


426 


15 


2995 


3036 


3036 


1943 


1943 


384 


384 


117 


117 


94 


94 


78 


78 


211 


211 


75 


75 


1756 


1756 


16 




246 


147 


185 


136 


37 


27 


11 


9 


9 


7 


7 


6 


20 


20 


7 


6 


168 


113 


17 


156 


235 


175 


177 


73 


35 


35 


11 


11 


9 


9 


7 


7 


19 


19 


7 


7 


160 


50 


18 




278 


278 


209 


209 


41 


41 


13 


13 


10 


10 


8 


8 


23 


23 


8 


8 


189 


189 


19 




218 


218 


164 


164 


32 


32 


10 


10 


8 




7 




18 




6 




148 




20 


2745 


2153 


2153 


1380 


1380 


273 


273 


83 


83 


67 


67 


56 


56 


150 


150 


53 


53 


1247 


1247 


21 




489 


489 


314 


314 


62 


62 


19 


19 


15 


15 


13 


13 


34 


34 


12 


12 


283 


283 


22 




504 


504 


380 


380 


75 


75 


23 


23 


18 


18 


15 


15 


41 


41 


15 


15 


343 


343 


23 


6030 


8213 


8213 


4575 


4575 


904 


904 


276 


276 


220 


220 


184 


184 


496 


496 


176 


176 


4134 


4134 


24 


1497 


624 


624 


471 


471 


93 


93 


28 


28 


23 


23 


19 


19 


51 


51 


18 


18 


425 


425 


25 


1497 


762 


762 


575 


575 


114 


114 


35 


35 


28 


28 


23 


23 


62 


62 


22 


22 


520 


520 


26 




683 


683 


437 


437 


86 


86 


26 


26 


21 


21 


18 


18 


47 


47 


17 


17 


395 


395 


27 


2745 


2312 


2312 


1483 


1483 


293 


293 


89 


89 


91 


91 


60 


60 


161 


161 


57 


57 


1340 


1340 


28 




3200 


3200 


2047 


2047 


404 


404 


123 


123 


99 


99 


82 


82 


222 


222 


79 


79 


1850 


1850 


29 


3224 


4512 


4512 


2892 


2892 


571 


571 


174 


174 


139 


139 


116 


116 


314 


314 


112 


112 


2613 


2613 


30 


1031 


791 


791 


596 


596 


118 


118 


36 


36 


29 


29 


24 


24 


65 


65 


23 


23 


538 


538 


31 


2545 


965 


965 


727 


727 


144 


144 


44 


44 


35 


35 


29 


29 


79 


79 


28 


28 


657 


657 


32 
33 
34 
35 


2975 


2254 


2254 


1444 


1444 


285 


285 


87 


87 


70 


70 


58 


58 


157 


157 


56 


56 


1305 


1305 




278 


278 


210 


210 


41 


41 


13 


13 


10 


10 


8 


8 


23 


23 


8 


8 


189 


189 


36 
37 




256 


256 


193 


193 


38 


38 


12 


12 


9 


9 


8 


8 


21 


21 


7 


7 


174 


174 


38 


2995 


4496 


4496 


2502 


2502 


494 


494 


151 


151 


121 


121 


101 


101 


271 


271 


96 


96 


2261 


2261 


39 




1008 


1008 


760 


760 


150 


150 


46 


46 


37 


37 


1 


31 


82 


82 


29 


29 


687 


687 


40 


708 


648 


648 


489 


489 


97 


97 


29 


29 


24 


24 


20 


20 


53 


53 


19 


19 


442 


442 


41 




1027 


1027 


772 


772 


153 


153 


47 


47 


37 


37 


31 


31 


84 


84 


30 


30 


698 


698 


42 




887 


887 


568 


568 


112 


112 


34 


34 


27 


27 


23 


23 


62 


62 


22 


22 


513 


513 


43 




799 


799 


602 


602 


119 


119 


36 


36 


29 


29 


24 


24 


65 


65 


23 


23 


544 


544 


44 




221 


221 


166 


166 


33 


33 


10 


10 


8 


8 


7 


7 


18 


18 


6 


6 


150 


150 


45 


5691 


7313 


7313 


4082 


4082 


807 


807 


246 


246 


197 


197 


164 


164 


443 


443 


157 


157 


3688 


3688 


46 


2999 


4723 


4723 


2631 


2631 


520 


520 


159 


159 


127 


127 


106 


106 


285 


285 


101 


101 


2378 


2378 


47 


2955 


1957 


1957 


1255 


1255 


248 


248 


76 


76 


60 


60 


50 


33 


136 


88 


48 


33 


1134 


1134 


48 


270 


605 




455 


155 


90 




27 


10 


22 




18 


8 


49 


7 


18 


10 


412 


90 


49 




378 


378 


285 


285 


56 


56 


17 


17 


14 


14 


11 


11 


31 


31 


11 


11 


257 


257 


50 




731 


731 


468 


468 


92 


92 


28 


28 


23 


23 


19 


19 


51 


51 


18 


18 


423 


423 


51 




76 


76 


48 


48 


10 


10 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


5 


5 


2 


2 


44 


44 


52 


814 


447 


447 


337 


337 


67 


67 


20 


20 


16 


16 


14 


14 


37 


37 


13 


13 


305 


305 


53 


784 


391 


391 


294 


294 


58 


58 


18 


18 


14 


14 


12 




32 




11 




266 




54 


3008 


923 


923 


696 


696 


138 


138 


42 


42 


34 


34 


28 


28 


75 


75 


27 


27 


629 


629 


55 




27 


27 


20 


20 


4 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


19 


19 


56 




20 


20 


15 


15 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


14 


14 


57 


756 


292 


292 


220 


220 


43 


43 


13 


13 


11 


11 


9 


9 


24 


24 


8 


8 


199 


199 


58 


756 


285 


285 


215 


215 


42 


42 


13 


13 


10 


10 


9 


9 


23 


23 


8 


8 


194 


194 


59 
60 


72485 


73559 


72372 


46540 


45800 


9195 


9053 


2805 


2766 


2266 


2218 


1857 


1744 


5047 


4870 


1790 


1736 


42056 


40851 





272 



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NEW ORLEANS HOUMA 







CONNECT. 








BENEVOLENCES 














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53a 


53b 


55a 


55b 


56a 


56b 


57a 


57b 


58a 


58b 


59 


60 


1 


Berwick First 


924 


924 


1412 




541 


541 


239 


239 


171 


171 


195 




2 


Buras Trinity 


466 


466 


712 


712 


273 


273 


120 


120 


86 


86 


98 




3 


Hope Chapel 


51 


51 


78 


78 


30 


30 


13 


13 


9 


9 


11 




4 


Golden Meadow 


1118 


1118 


1711 


1711 


656 




290 




207 








5 


Grand Isle 


117 


117 


157 


157 


60 


60 


27 


27 


19 


19 


22 


46 


6 


Houma First 






5057 


5057 


1939 


1939 


856 


856 


611 


611 


700 


3077 


7 


Houma Heights 






620 


620 


238 


238 


105 


105 


75 


75 


86 




8 


Clanton Chapel 






487 




187 




82 




59 








9 


Pecan Grove 








25 


















10 


Houma Wesley 


96 


96 


96 


96 


37 


37 


16 


16 


12 


12 


13 




11 


Mt. Vernon 






114 


114 


44 


44 


19 


19 


14 


14 


16 




12 


Luling 


997 


1102 


1525 


1525 


585 


585 


258 


258 


184 


184 


211 


25 


13 


St. John 


97 


97 


148 


148 


57 


57 


25 


25 


18 


18 


21 




14 


Mathews Memorial 


382 


434 


584 


584 


224 


224 


99 


99 


71 


71 


81 




15 


Bayou Blue 


445 


506 


682 


682 


261 


261 


115 


115 


82 


82 


94 




16 


Pharr Chapel 


1835 


1835 


2809 


2809 


1077 


1077 


475 


475 


339 


339 


389 


681 


17 


Walmsley 






268 


153 


103 


75 


45 


32 


32 


25 


19 




18 


Mason 






255 


100 


98 


50 


43 


20 


31 


15 


20 




19 


Napoleonville Wesley 






302 


302 


116 


116 


51 


51 


37 


37 


42 




20 


Woodlawn 






237 




91 


91 


40 




29 








21 


Algiers First 


1481 


1592 


1996 


1996 


765 


765 


338 


338 


241 


241 


276 


255 


22 


Asbury 


336 


336 


453 


453 


174 


174 


77 


77 


55 


55 


63 




23 


St. Matthew 


408 


408 


549 


549 


211 


211 


93 


93 


66 


66 


76 




24 


Aurora 


4910 


4910 


6615 


6615 


2536 


2536 


1119 


1119 


799 


799 


915 


2000 


25 


Belle Chase 


1133 


1133 


680 


680 


261 


261 


115 


115 


82 


82 


94 


96 


26 


St. James Marrero 


574 


574 


831 


831 


319 


319 


141 


141 


100 


100 


115 




27 


Boynton 






632 


632 


242 


242 


107 


107 


76 


76 


87 




28 


Carrolton 


1401 


1401 


2144 


2144 


822 


822 


363 


363 


259 


259 


297 




29 


First Street 


1984 


1984 


2960 


2960 


1134 


1134 


501 


501 


358 


358 


409 




30 


Gretna 


3104 


3203 


4181 


4181 


1603 


1603 


707 


707 


505 


505 


578 


2111 


31 


Haven 


602 


602 


861 


861 


330 


330 


146 


146 


104 


104 


119 




32 


Jefferson 


687 


697 


1052 


1052 


403 


403 


178 


178 


127 


127 


145 


215 


33 


Christ 


























34 


Kenner First 


1365 


1365 


2088 


2088 


800 


800 


353 


353 


252 


252 


289 


530 


35 


Messiah 


























36 


Korean 


























37 


Kenner Ross 


198 


198 


303 


303 


116 


116 


51 


51 


37 


37 


42 




38 


Thomas 


185 


185 


279 


279 


107 


107 


47 


47 


34 


34 


39 




39 


Mt. Zion 


2367 


2367 


3617 


3617 


1387 


1387 


612 


612 


437 


437 


500 




40 


Napoleon Avenue 






1099 


1099 


421 


421 


186 


186 


133 


133 


152 




41 


Parker Memorial 






707 


707 


271 


271 


120 


120 


85 


85 


98 




42 


Peck 


730 


500 


1117 




428 


428 


189 


189 


135 


4 






43 


Peoples 






821 


821 


315 


315 


139 


139 


99 


99 


114 




44 


Phillips Memorial 






871 


871 


334 


334 


147 


147 


105 


105 


120 




45 


Shaw Temple 






240 


240 


92 


92 


41 


41 


29 


29 


33 




46 


Rayne Memorial 


3855 


3855 


5901 


5901 


2262 


2262 


998 


998 


713 


713 


816 


1455 


47 


St. Matthews 


2485 


2485 


3804 


3804 


1458 


1458 


644 


644 


460 


460 


526 


2728 


48 


St. Paul 


931 


931 


1814 


1179 


695 


452 


307 


200 


219 


142 


163 




49 


New Orleans Trinity 






658 


317 


252 


60 


111 


65 


80 


80 


58 




50 


New Orleans Wesley 






412 


412 


158 


158 


70 


70 


50 


50 


57 




51 


Williams 


442 


442 


676 


676 


259 


259 


114 


114 


82 


82 


94 




52 


St. James Hahnville 


46 


46 


70 


70 


27 


27 


12 


12 


8 


8 


10 




53 


Patterson 


362 


362 


488 


488 


187 


187 


82 


82 


59 


59 


67 




54 


Bayou Vista 


278 


278 


426 




163 




72 




51 








55 


Thibodaux First 


658 


761 


1006 


1006 


386 


386 


170 


170 


122 


122 


139 




55 


Vacherie 


19 


19 


30 


30 


11 


11 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 




57 


Gibson 


14 


14 


22 


22 


9 


9 


4 


4 


3 


3 


3 




58 


Calvary 


208 


208 


318 


318 


122 


122 


54 


54 


38 


38 


44 




59 


Magnolia 






311 


311 


119 


119 


53 


53 


38 


38 


43 




60 


No/Houma District 




























TOTAL 


37291 


37602 


67286 


62386 | 


25796 


24279 I 


11384| 


10711 


81311 


7554 


8603 


13219 











LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 






273 
























Statistical Table No. 3 




BENEVOLENCES 






General Church 
































Special Da 


y Offerings 






CD 














Q 




















3 
O 


o 

3 


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o 


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g 


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2 o> 

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6 
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61 


62a 


62b 


62c 


62d 


62e 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


71 


72 


















50 


318 


942 


895 






47 


156 


54110 


1 


















130 


475 


451 


1466 


880 


24 


148 


42417 


2 


















25 


52 


50 


410 




3 




4954 


3 






23 






23 






237 
215 


1141 
105 


1084 


2000 
200 


130 


5 


375 


53987 
12991 


4 

5 




318 


209 




281 


808 




236 


4860 


3372 


3203 


1745 


835 


169 


1070 


249482 


6 




57 






40 


97 






307 

15 

156 


413 
64 


392 

61 






21 
3 




26741 
6083 
3500 
9002 


7 
8 

9 
10 




















76 


72 






4 




5978 


11 




177 


38 


35 


12 


262 


28 


100 


1099 


1017 


966 


1385 


180 


51 


200 


70748 


12 




32 


10 


30 


24 


96 


27 




514 


99 


94 


226 




5 




7054 


13 






13 


33 




46 


11 




291 


389 


370 






19 




24289 


14 






20 


30 




50 




60 


250 


454 


432 






23 




44081 


15 




93 






17 


110 




116 


954 
37 
79 
24 
20 


1873 
112 
50 
202 


1779 
94 
50 
192 


4311 

267 
266 




94 
7 
9 

10 


1277 


138226 
12885 
10823 
14556 
7279 


16 
17 
18 
19 

20 




160 


193 


35 


35 


423 






2165 
64 


1331 
302 
366 


1264 
287 
348 


4452 
100 


480 


67 
15 
18 


976 

125 


107086 
21054 
25030 


21 

22 
23 




291 








291 




164 


5340 


6410 


4189 


2057 


260 


220 


1972 


353335 


24 




44 


11 






55 


60 




966 


454 


431 


300 




23 




40549 


25 




45 








45 




100 


297 


554 


526 






28 


250 


33330 


26 






75 






75 






75 


421 


400 


1798 




21 


150 


27980 


27 


204 




177 






177 






1318 


1430 


1358 


676 


50 


71 


2777 


115164 


28 




30 


30 


100 


50 


210 


63 


65 


336 


1973 


1874 


1175 


150 


99 




86506 


29 




86 


200 




77 


363 






1199 


2788 


2643 


2244 


500 


139 


3140 


203521 


30 


20 


60 


45 




32 


137 




18 


92 


325 


546 


500 


66 


29 


507 


117317 


31 


25 


66 


40 
10 


50 


36 


192 

10 


37 


55 


1502 
74 


701 


666 


371 




35 


113 


39587 
1885 


32 
33 




131 


74 


51 


73 


329 


43 


75 
50 


921 
52 


1392 


1322 


984 


160 


70 


1093 


85925 
1664 


34 

35 
































18300 


36 
















10 


85 


202 


192 


100 


25 


10 


225 


21634 


37 
















10 


95 


186 


177 


100 


25 


9 


225 


21732 


38 




100 


200 


200 


137 


637 


137 


116 


3100 


2411 


2291 


292 


362 


121 


1140 


107556 


39 




82 






45 


127 




22 


322 


733 


696 


1025 




37 


840 


41623 


40 




92 


22 






114 






153 
56 


471 

547 
580 
160 


448 

520 
551 
152 


324 
25 




24 

27 
29 
8 


570 


35067 
39910 
26779 
26499 
9534 


41 
42 
43 

44 

45 


75 


372 


236 


170 


63 


841 


64 


120 


4227 


6684 


3738 


1705 


141 


197 


1600 


418760 


46 




331 


155 


115 


96 


697 






4472 


2536 


2406 


1602 


190 


127 


2850 


284881 


47 




50 


29 


17 


35 
30 


131 
30 


79 


75 
250 


1823 


786 


747 
38 


370 


125 
10 


39 

5 


642 


74548 
15917 


48 
49 






72 






72 






170 


274 


261 






14 


280 


14795 


50 




















451 


428 






23 


125 


20004 


51 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


6 


1 


1 


17 


47 


44 


51 


1 


2 




5868 


52 




53 


36 






89 






232 
50 


325 


309 


100 




16 


153 


24751 
13992 


53 

54 










23 


23 






751 


671 


637 


625 




34 


200 


73728 


55 


















170 


20 


19 






1 




1141 


56 


















38 


15 


14 






1 




706 


57 


24 


24 


29 


46 




99 






43 


212 


201 


132 


86 


11 


270 


15199 


58 




26 


18 






44 




165 


59 


207 


197 


50 


50 


10 




18501 

41865 


59 
60 


350 


2722 


1967 


913 


1107 


6709 


550 


1858 


39795 


46801 


40108 


33434 


4706 


2074 


23449 


3432409 





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NEW ORLEANS SLIDELL 









CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 








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1 


2 


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6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


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4 


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9 


7 


11 


646 


185 


5 


87 




4 


2 


Thirkfield 


Wesley R. Cyprian 


88 






1 












2 


87 


55 


8 


10 






3 


Harry's Chapel 


Wesley R. Cyprian 


57 


1 
















2 


56 


55 




7 






4 


Covington First 


Edwin J. Barksdale 


564 


6 


24 


11 








8 


9 


6 


582 


150 


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69 






5 


Fitzgerald 


C. Edward Henkel 


175 


5 


3 












1 




182 


70 


2 


13 




7 


6 


Waldheim 


C. Edward Henkel 


59 


















1 


58 


25 




11 


6 




7 


Centenary 


Robert I. Galatas 


447 




2 


1 








11 


1 


4 


434 


169 


2 


51 


39 




8 


Fisher 


Robert I. Galatas 


88 




2 


1 












1 


90 


29 




7 






9 


Winan 


Terrence S. August 


153 




1 


1 












1 


154 


100 




73 


1 




10 


Hayes Chapel 


Terrence S. August 


69 






1 










2 


2 


66 


45 


4 


34 






11 


LaCombe 


Percy Mac Frazier 


161 


10 


6 


2 








4 




2 


173 


83 


6 


32 


24 


4 


12 


St. Tammany 


Percy Mac Frazier 


18 




















18 


10 






2 




13 


Lasseigne 


Richard C. Herbert 


291 


2 


24 


4 


4 




4 


1 1 


9 




297 


145 


16 


60 


85 


2 


14 


Lutcher 


Richard C.Herbert 


46 




1 




1 




1 








46 


21 


1 


8 


16 




15 


Lutcher Chapel 


Robert Williams 


53 


1 


















54 


35 


2 


32 






16 


St. James Whitehall 


Robert Williams 


45 


6 




1 














52 


30 


7 


30 




1 


17 


Bethany 


Roger D. Lathan 


483 


21 


12 


13 












6 


523 


200 


22 


219 




15 


18 


Brooks 


George M. Alfred 


271 


4 


1 


5 


3 




3 


1 




4 


273 


160 


11 


81 


4 


4 


19 


Elysian Fields 


Mickey Stringfield 


237 


2 


1 


1 


29 


3 


32 


7 




2 


200 


60 


3 


20 


16 




20 


John Wesley 


Mickey Stringfield 


34 


















2 


32 


12 


1 


19 


12 




21 


New Orleans First 


HA. Harrington Jr. 


754 


9 


30 


4 


4 




4 


10 


2 


9 


772 


175 


6 


20 




2 


22 


Gentilly 


Jerry M. James 


356 


1 


5 


5 


166 




166 


8 




8 


185 


61 


6 


9 


2 




23 


Second 


Jerry M.James 


34 








1 




1 






1 


32 


18 










24 


Grace 


William R. London Jr. 


268 


1 


1 


3 








2 




4 


267 


122 




69 


1 




25 


Hartzell 


James S. Davidson 


277 






6 














283 


180 


7 


94 




14 


26 


Ray Avenue 


James S. Davidson 


43 










4 


4 








39 


22 




6 






27 


LaHarpe 


Andrew J. Douglas 


163 






9 












3 


169 


90 


14 


53 




3 


28 


Thompson 


Andrew J. Douglas 


131 






13 










1 


1 


142 


75 


18 


57 




4 


29 


Lake Vista 


Donice W. Alverson 


452 


9 


8 


6 








14 


4 


2 


455 


116 


8 


68 


43 


9 


30 


Metairie 


Richard D. Gillespie 


224 


2 


5 


3 




1 


1 


4 


1 


2 


226 


70 


4 


51 


42 




31 


Munholland 


JoeW. McClain 


1963 


9 


77 


53 




18 


18 


69 


13 


6 


1996 


680 


38 


466 




26 


32 


St. Andrew 


Douglas L. Cain 


416 


25 


4 


5 








11 


5 


6 


428 


67 


4 


99 




24 


33 


St. Bernard 


Robert W. Peterson 


359 


22 


4 


2 




2 


2 


5 


9 


6 


365 


116 


6 


125 






34 


Arabi 


Robert W. Petterson 


113 






1 




1 


1 


3 


1 


4 


105 


30 


1 


21 






35 


St. Lukes 


James O. Evans 


509 


12 


8 


8 




1 


1 


8 


8 


2 


518 


145 


21 


34 


150 


10 


36 


St. Marks 


Millicent Feske 


80 


1 


2 
















83 


40 


1 


6 


17 




37 


St. Philip 


Burnell Bell 


92 


1 




3 




6 


6 


1 


7 


4 


78 


50 


4 


43 






38 


Spanish 


Juan Sanfiel 


50 


5 






1 




1 




2 


1 


51 


54 


4 


8 


80 




39 


Pearl River 


Wayne Flowers 


159 




5 


3 










1 


4 


162 


70 


4 


30 


20 




40 


Talisheek 


Wayne Flowers 


48 




















48 


25 




4 


9 




41 


Ponchatoula First 


William I. Eubanks 


539 


13 


14 


2 


15 


1 


16 


16 


1 


6 


529 


177 


9 


52 




8 


42 


Lee's Landing 


William I. Eubanks 


93 


3 


1 












6 


3 


88 


46 


1 


14 






43 


Wesley Chapel 


William M. Jacocks 


134 


1 














5 


1 


129 


58 


1 


17 




1 


44 
45 


St. Landry 


Dan Washington 


72 


2 


2 












5 




71 


54 


5 


6 






46 


Ninde Chapel 


Louis A. Smith 


20 




















20 


16 


1 








47 


St. Timothy 


M. Eugene Finnell 


502 


10 


36 


7 








9 


4 




542 


210 


12 


181 


73 


10 


48 


Aldersgate 


Christopher Andrews 


1204 


95 


87 


117 




55 


55 


39 


11 


4 


1394 


904 


57 


476 


177 


55 


49 


Springfield St. Jas 


Louis A. Smith 


70 










16 


16 






1 


53 


44 




15 


50 




50 


Slidell First 


Sale T. Lilly 


1961 


38 


25 


35 


104 


21 


125 


68 


3 


13 


1850 


396 


51 


534 


60 


27 


51 


Hartzell Mt. Zion 


John D.V. Hamilton 


312 


12 


1 


3 


6 




6 




1 


4 


317 


150 


2 


29 


2 


9 


52 


Newell 


John D.V. Hamilton 


44 








3 




3 








41 


25 




13 


2 




53 


Springfield First 


S. Alvin Mayo 


134 


1 


2 










3 






134 


51 


1 


8 






54 


Huffs Chapel 


S. Alvin Mayo 


74 




3 










3 


2 


2 


70 


25 


1 


18 


13 




55 


Maurepas 


S. Alvin Mayo 


30 


1 




2 








2 


2 


1 


28 


27 




3 






56 


Varnado 


Karl D. Wood 


74 


5 


2 


4 












1 


84 


53 


5 


27 


11 


7 


57 


Bush 


Karl D. Wood 


33 


2 




1 














36 


23 




6 


4 


1 


58 


Sun 


Karl D. Wood 


16 




1 
















17 


6 










59 


Wesley Ray 


Robert N. Brown 


208 


1 




4 














213 


200 


7 


164 






60 


Live Oak 


Robert N. Brown 


51 
















1 


3 


47 


175 


2 


14 


12 




61 


Marys Chapel 


Robert N. Brown 


155 




1 


5 


30 




30 


1 


7 




123 


175 


11 


30 






62 


Felicity 


Millicent Feske 


62 


1 


1 
















64 


30 


1 


1 


15 




63 


No/Slidell District 


Stone W. Caraway 




































TOTAL 




16275 


344 


412| 


348 1 


367 


129 496 


327 


131 


148 


16277 


6690 


406 


3734 


988 


247 



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275 



Statistical Table No. 1 



CHURCH SCHOOL 


U.M.M. 


U.M.W. 


PROPERTY AND OTHER ASSETS 














Average 




























CD m 

■2 °- 
ra 3 

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£ O 
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Q) 

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<n 0) 

§ i 

S Q. 
■§ <l> 

£ c 
£ 2 

£ 3 

O ii 




a 

■D 
!0 

a 
a 

JD 

E 

3 
Z 


sz ^ 

o 8 

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la 

w o 

IJ 

S co 


— E 

'6 o 
en — 

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o 2 

O 'O 


c 
a E 

m ™ 

ra £ 

e| 

t 2 

O CD 

tr> "O 

.E ra 




15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 




16 


31 


30 


115 


192 


106 


15 




4 


25 


75 


87 


103 


971250 


84125 


3700 


175000 




1 


5 


10 


5 


7 


27 


15 


7 


5 


20 










142300 


39000 








2 


5 


8 


10 


10 


33 


20 
















20000 










3 


13 


39 


36 


65 


153 


140 


47 


18 


2 


15 


50 


30 


255 


525000 


75000 








4 


10 


25 


17 


10 


62 


35 


8 


38 


5 






26 


529 


103000 


63000 


23154 


2400 




5 


3 


7 


3 


6 


19 


11 




6 








6 


120 


154200 




1518 






6 


18 


34 


24 


70 


146 


135 




30 








71 
9 


871 


645000 
30800 


119700 


39830 
8517 






7 
8 


8 


38 


32 


15 


93 


35 


15 


18 




40 


2007 


30 


1500 


225000 


34000 


5000 


10000 




9 


5 


8 


10 


15 


38 


10 


15 


5 




20 


1000 


25 


360 


115000 




5850 






10 


10 


28 


11 


23 


72 


36 


13 


40 


4 






20 


1950 


130000 
5000 


80000 


1000 
2200 


6000 




12 


15 


62 


12 


48 


137 


80 


8 


75 


2 


28 


640 


23 


1725 


493000 


68000 


2620 


78000 




13 


3 


6 


4 




13 


6 












10 


75 


59000 
94700 


19000 


1486 






14 

15 


2 








2 


















65000 






4000 




16 


20 


40 


25 


30 


115 


70 


25 


15 


15 


30 


400 


30 


527 


596650 






43355 


12800 


17 


12 


45 


21 


12 


90 


54 


12 


12 


4 


36 


1300 


38 


700 


263000 






3600 




18 


4 


13 


8 


31 

4 


56 
5 


10 








26 


80 


27 


325 


435000 
92555 


67500 


1603 






19 
20 


12 


31 


9 


101 


153 


67 




30 


2 






35 


1000 


1928491 


121000 


247000 


206000 


2009 


21 


12 


13 


6 


36 


67 


21 




10 








22 


200 


690000 
235000 


69000 


7453 
50220 


2400 




22 

23 


10 


6 


8 


7 


31 


20 




32 




25 


928 


35 


201 


301200 


45900 








24 


12 


30 


32 


20 


94 


58 


16 


12 


2 


30 


60 


40 


75 


250000 






8000 


6400 


25 


4 


2 


1 


6 


13 


3 








6 




8 




72000 










26 


9 


19 


14 


12 


54 


15 


14 


6 




19 




63 




300000 


42000 








27 


7 


12 


11 


6 


36 


14 


10 


11 




7 




37 


100 


100000 


59000 








28 


14 


29 


21 


46 


110 


53 


8 


29 


5 






31 


269 


1295000 


178000 


246000 






29 


16 


27 


12 


65 


120 


50 


7 


25 


1 


15 




12 


100 


605000 


94000 


12627 


22521 


1256 


30 


48 


231 


48 


312 


639 


304 


412 


206 








129 


1543 


2382591 


340178 


155949 


117000 




31 


16 


34 


25 


32 


107 


62 




25 


5 






38 


193 


440000 


105000 




55600 




32 


10 


26 


20 


12 


68 


36 


21 


25 








20 


552 


200000 


66000 








33 


4 


12 


10 


14 


40 


16 




6 












224699 


61000 








34 


29 


52 


40 


80 


201 


68 


60 


136 


7 






70 


1461 


607984 


91800 


4880 






35 


4 


7 


1 


18 


30 


15 


6 


5 












200000 




5000 






36 


5 


8 


11 


7 


31 


18 


7 










23 




108000 






10083 




37 


8 


25 


10 


15 


58 


8 


25 


12 


3 






12 


500 












38 


16 


32 


25 


27 


100 


40 


12 


10 








15 


600 


50000 


52000 




2088 




39 


5 


9 


5 


20 


39 


7 












7 


123 


18900 




2500 






40 


22 


50 


52 


98 


222 


105 


32 


69 


10 


18 


835 


64 


1501 


650000 


85000 


85000 






41 


6 


21 


10 


15 


52 


23 




50 












100000 




6500 






42 


14 


20 


4 


24 


62 


38 


23 




1 










160000 


30000 








43 


4 


16 


11 


8 


39 


20 








18 


250 


26 


350 


110000 










44 
45 


2 


7 




6 


15 


















63000 










46 


47 


127 


150 


75 


399 


120 


70 


75 


9 






25 


170 


505000 


100000 


11120 


290737 




47 


67 

1 


433 
2 


103 


366 

7 


969 
10 


512 
10 


225 


104 


51 


42 
8 


1050 


25 
20 


366 


1700000 
35000 


72000 


19000 


910705 


18000 


48 
49 


37 


186 


75 


178 


476 


222 


28 


56 


24 


52 


2392 


100 


1780 


2249800 


190000 


64398 


495040 


3444 


50 


15 


53 


12 


17 


97 


66 




80 


9 


50 


225 


74 


15 


227540 


67420 


15552 






51 


3 


4 


5 




12 


6 












12 


200 


69755 


1500 


3166 






52 


9 


18 


7 


13 


47 


34 


7 


42 








7 


565 


146000 


67800 


715 






53 


4 


7 


4 




15 


5 


3 














64000 




4785 






54 


3 


3 


1 


15 


22 


22 


12 














100000 










55 


7 


27 


15 


12 


61 


36 


5 
10 


5 


2 










75000 
20000 
16000 


45000 








56 
57 
58 


20 


30 


35 


25 


110 


75 




125 




50 


1025 


60 


1000 


190000 


50000 


65000 


3409 




59 


5 


26 


15 




46 


35 








5 




13 




184900 


50000 




2462 




60 


7 


30 


20 


25 


82 


62 












21 


126 


109000 


50000 








61 


3 


7 




9 


19 




9 


16 








7 




200000 
15000 


80000 
135000 


14267 






62 
63 


667 


2066 


1076 


2190 


5999 


3029 


1187 


1464 


187 


565 


12317 


1483 


22030 


22164315 


2997923 


1117610 


2448400 


43909 





276 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



NEW ORLEANS-SLIDELL 



LOCAL CHURCH EXPENDITURES 


MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 










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Church and Charge 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38a 


38b 


39a 


39b 


39c 


40a 


40b 


40c 


41a 


41b 


41c 


1 


BogalusaE.S.M. 


56889 


13128 


7557 


43570 


7284 


23000 


23000 






23000 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


2 


Thirkfield 






175 


1900 




7800 


7800 






7800 


1000 




1000 


1200 




1200 


3 


Harry's Chapel 






230 


1300 




2700 


2700 






2700 


300 




300 


300 




300 


4 


Covington First 


2016 


3186 


2473 


29985 


2850 


19630 


19630 






19630 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


5 


Fitzgerald 


929 


490 


861 


4774 


1409 


9700 


9700 






9700 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


6 


Waldheim 




1652 


87 


1119 


272 


2535 


2535 






2535 








1470 




1470 


7 


Centenary 


5850 


8396 


3739 


29941 


6054 


18000 


18000 






18000 


3000 




3000 


4200 




4200 


8 


Fisher 




132 


185 


822 


343 


2340 


2340 






2340 








1140 




1140 


9 


Winan 


4000 


1200 


770 


4200 


1200 


8536 


8536 






8536 


1540 




1540 


1540 




1540 


10 


Hayes Chapel 




60 


500 


2000 


900 


3910 


3910 






3910 


350 




350 


350 




350 


11 


LaCombe 




15000 


1100 


5170 


300 


4056 


4056 






4056 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


12 


St. Tammany 






64 


400 


36 


243 


243 






243 








267 




267 


13 


Lasseigne 


13960 


27651 


4073 


12640 


2750 


14238 


14238 






14238 


2472 




2472 


3500 




3500 


14 


Lutcher 




2563 


291 


1742 


871 


5236 


5236 






5236 


528 




528 


1300 




1300 


15 


Lutcher Chapel 




2120 


200 


1204 




1320 


1320 






1320 


600 




600 


1800 




1800 


16 


St. James Whitehall 






200 


1046 




600 


600 






600 


480 




480 


1200 




1200 


17 


Bethany 


11500 


29770 


1320 


12600 


893 


12110 


12110 






12110 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


18 


Brooks 




1800 


1400 


12443 


2330 


7747 


7747 






7747 


2200 




2200 


3600 




3600 


19 


Elysian Fields 


5159 




500 


16627 




10736 


10736 






10736 


4078 




4078 


3190 




3190 


20 


John Wesley 






881 


2062 


209 


2515 


2515 






2515 


606 




606 


570 




570 


21 


New Orleans First 


35991 


2273 


3327 


84131 


3167 


27500 


27500 






27500 


2400 




2400 


4600 




4600 


22 


Gentilly 


1546 


1355 


882 


17447 


300 


8360 


8360 






8360 


3000 




3000 


3600 




3600 


23 


Second 




3375 




2965 




2500 


2500 






2500 








500 




500 


24 


Grace 




15764 


1559 


9500 


30 


10800 


10800 






10800 


1080 




1080 


1300 




1300 


25 


Hartzell 


1200 


2500 


1525 


8178 


1728 


8081 


8081 






8081 


2400 




2400 


1391 




1391 


26 


Ray Avenue 






105 


2832 




3120 


3120 






3120 


240 




240 


125 




125 


27 


LaHarpe 




1500 


1900 


8058 


2334 


5980 


5980 






5980 


1200 




1200 


1820 




1820 


28 


Thompson 




700 


950 


4106 


1780 


5200 


5200 






5200 


780 




780 


1000 




1000 


29 


Lake Vista 




10538 


532 


23920 


10859 


26400 


26400 






26400 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


30 


Metairie 


4809 


2713 


3844 


7527 


1332 


10956 


10956 






10956 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


31 


Munholland 


60771 


37366 


25259 


154129 


12383 


34400 


34400 


14400 


14400 


48800 


2400 


2400 


4800 


4200 


4200 


8400 


32 


St. Andrew 


17100 


7400 


2032 


18459 


1348 


17900 


17900 






17900 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


33 


St. Bernard 


1184 


6385 


1825 


12571 


640 


13728 


13728 






13728 


1964 




1964 


2246 




2246 


34 


Arabi 


827 




716 


3684 


1406 


3158 


3158 






3158 


1610 




1610 


1952 




1952 


35 


St. Lukes 


11363 


7975 


2611 


39858 


6138 


21800 


21800 






21800 


3000 




3000 


4200 




4200 


36 


St. Marks 




381 


1259 


6691 


2965 


4440 


4440 






4440 








2260 




2260 


37 


St. Philip 


4612 


325 


300 


4203 




5460 


5460 






5460 


1800 




1800 


1560 




1560 


38 


Spanish 




1375 


450 


800 


710 


600 


600 






600 














39 


3 earl River 


1094 


540 


604 


4724 


250 


8050 


8050 






8050 


1525 




1525 


1200 




1200 


40 


Talisheek 




1345 




1244 


342 


660 


660 






660 








660 




660 


41 


3 onchatoula First 




19558 


5725 


32124 


86339 


17860 


17860 






17860 


2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


42 


-ee's Landing 




5171 


1646 


1674 


1059 


3020 


3020 






3020 


720 




720 


1300 




1300 


43 


Wesley Chapel 




10941 


835 


2653 


212 


3600 


3600 






3600 


435 




435 


964 




964 


44 
45 


St. Landry 




1400 


400 


1800 




2400 


2400 






2400 








600 




600 


46 


Minde Chapel 




54 


310 


410 




1200 


1200 






1200 














47 


St. Timothy 


42773 


8219 


7580 


45730 


3826 


18400 


18400 






18400 


2100 




2100 


4000 




4000 


48 


Aldersgate 


200972 


27915 


30303 


84468 


28123 


25400 


25400 


10650 


10650 


36050 


3000 


3000 


6000 


4200 


4200 


8400 


49 


Springfield St. Jas 


1904 




54 


75 




1800 


1800 






1800 


50 




50 








50 


Slidell First 


85930 


34229 


14840 


91077 


7804 


29100 


29100 


13510 


13510 


42610 


1800 


1200 


3000 


3600 


3600 


7200 


51 


Hartzell Mt. Zion 


9618 


2401 


1681 


9549 


851 


8913 


8913 






8913 


1500 




1500 


2315 




2315 


52 


Jewell 






150 


2376 


92 


2643 


2643 






2643 


570 




570 


947 




947 


53 


Springfield First 




1635 


1328 


2926 


297 


6440 


6690 






6690 


2253 




2253 


1471 




1471 


54 


Huffs Chapel 




224 


119 


976 


768 


1720 


1720 






1720 


503 




503 


1377 




1377 


55 


Maurepas 




988 


336 


1245 


33 


1550 


1550 






1550 


250 




250 


570 




570 


56 


Varnado 






249 


1630 


30 


4800 


4800 






4800 


1500 




1500 


2400 




2400 


57 


Bush 






98 


300 




1279 


1279 






1279 


552 




552 


1200 




1200 


58 


Sun 






87 


128 




1000 


1000 






1000 


700 




700 


300 




300 


59 


Wesley Ray 


500 


2379 


2440 


6400 


500 


4120 


4120 






4120 


880 




880 


723 




723 


60 


Live Oak 


3637 


1071 


400 


2075 


740 


1858 


1858 






1858 


526 




526 


681 




681 


61 


Vlarys Chapel 


5000 




600 


1440 


150 


2150 


2150 






2150 


699 




699 


616 




616 


62 


: elicity 




1092 


937 


5277 


294 


3600 


3600 






3600 








1200 




1200 


63 


No/Slidell District 












33000 


33000 






33000 


2400 




2400 


6296 




6296 




TOTAL 


591134 


329235| 


146404 


894905 


206531 


551898 


552148 


38560 


38560 J 590708 


82591 


6600 


89191 


130801 


12000 


142801 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



277 



Statistical Table No. 2 



MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 


C0NNECTI0NAL ADMINISTRATION FUNDS 


Other Than Local Church 


§ 
<= 8 

■B S 

1 

CD C 

■a 

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O 

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Is 

CO Q_ 
E -a 
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P 

CD C 
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£ CO 


c 

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£: "D 

11 

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2 < 

CD -0 

s 1 

U ll 


E 

5 S. 
«?? 

CD 3 




E 
E -0 

■D <D 
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it 

ll 

5 => 

-> u. 




E 

< 

CO 

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IS 


c 

.0 

| , 

■0 .9 
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8 & 

c O- 
CD < 

ll 


c 

.0 

E 
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■0 
< 

8 ~° 

c 5 

ll 




■5 

Q. 
0- 
0- 
O 
T3 

C 

Q. 
0- 

5 


< ■? c 

c i 9 

.9 £ r 

§ i 1 

Q_ CQ < 


■O T3 
f| 

.9 E 
c c !9 
a> co 

CL CQ Q. 


c 

CD 

13 

| O 

< 


CD 

■O 

I 

°- 


-a 
| -a 

S..I 

R ~ 
9. 
.!£ Q. 

Q. Q. 

w < 


-a 
u. 

Q. 
O 

CO T> 
Q. CO 
HI 0. 


■0 

co -F 
CO § 

!< 

.— -0 

3 c 


CO 

ra °- 
— -0 

CT =J 


< 

01 CD 
C C 

O 1 

CO Q_ 

< 

h 

CD 3 


■0 
< 

CO 

CD 

C 

3 

8 ^ 
H 

<D 3 




42 


43a 


43b 


44a 


44b 


45a 


45b 


46a 


46b 


47a 


47b 


49a 


49b 


50a 


50b 


51a 


51b 


52a 


52b 




3224 


3653 


3653 


2035 


2035 


402 


402 


123 


123 


98 


98 


82 




221 


221 


78 


78 


1839 


1839 


1 




356 


356 


268 


268 


53 


53 


16 


16 


13 


13 


11 


11 


29 


29 


10 


10 


242 


242 


2 




211 


211 


159 


159 


31 


31 


10 


10 


8 


8 


6 


6 


17 


17 


6 


6 


144 


144 


3 


3861 


2294 


2294 


1470 


1470 


290 


290 


89 


89 


71 


71 


59 


59 


159 


159 


57 


57 


1328 


1328 


4 


2408 


669 


669 


504 


504 


100 


100 


30 


30 


24 


24 


20 




55 


55 


19 


19 


456 


456 


5 


499 


212 


212 


160 


160 


32 


32 


10 


10 


8 


8 


6 


6 


17 


17 


6 


6 


145 


145 


6 


2995 


2463 


2463 


1373 


1373 


271 


271 


83 


83 


66 


66 


55 


55 


149 


149 


53 


53 


1240 


1240 


7 




291 


291 


186 


186 


37 


37 


11 


11 


9 


9 


7 


7 


20 


20 


7 


7 


168 


168 


8 


1634 


614 


614 


463 


463 


91 


91 


28 


28 


22 


22 


19 


19 


50 


50 


18 


18 


418 


418 


9 


816 


215 


215 


188 


188 


37 


37 


11 


11 


9 


9 


8 


8 


20 


20 


7 


7 


170 


170 


10 




672 


672 


506 


506 


100 


100 


30 


30 


24 


24 


20 


20 


55 


55 


20 


20 


457 


457 


11 




56 


56 


42 


42 


8 


8 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


5 


5 


2 


2 


38 


38 


12 


3582 


1168 


1168 


880 


880 


174 


174 


53 


53 


42 


42 


35 


35 


95 


95 


34 


34 


795 


795 


13 


1389 


265 


265 


200 


200 


40 


40 


12 


12 


10 


10 


8 


8 


22 


22 


8 


8 


181 


181 


14 


234 


253 


253 


162 


162 


32 


32 


10 


10 


8 


8 


7 


7 


18 


18 


6 


6 


146 


146 


15 


160 


154 


154 


116 


116 


23 


23 


7 


7 


6 


6 


5 


5 


13 


13 


4 


4 


105 


105 


16 


2399 


1744 


1744 


1116 


1116 


221 


221 


67 


67 


54 


54 


45 


45 


121 


121 


43 


43 


1009 


1009 


17 


1649 


958 


500 


722 


500 


143 


143 


44 


44 


35 


35 


29 


29 


78 


74 


28 


28 


653 


653 


18 


2103 


1035 


1035 


781 


781 


154 


154 


47 


47 


38 




31 




85 




30 




705 




19 


1695 


178 


178 


134 


134 


27 


27 


8 


8 


6 




5 




15 




5 




121 




20 


4083 


5097 


5097 


2842 


2842 


562 


562 


171 


171 


137 


137 


114 


114 


308 


308 


110 


110 


2568 


2568 


21 


1440 


1410 


1410 


1063 


1063 


210 


210 


64 


64 


51 


51 


43 


43 


115 


115 


41 


41 


960 


960 


22 


377 


184 


184 


118 


118 


23 


23 


7 


7 


6 


6 


5 


5 


13 


13 


5 


5 


106 


106 


23 


2125 


1075 


1075 


810 


810 


160 


160 


49 


49 


39 


39 


33 


33 


88 


88 


31 


31 


732 


732 


24 


144 


1032 


1032 


778 


778 


154 


154 


47 


47 


37 


37 


31 


31 


84 


5 


30 


5 


703 


100 


25 


533 


157 


157 


119 


119 


23 


23 


7 


7 


6 


6 


5 


5 


13 


13 


5 


5 


107 


107 


26 


1100 


556 


556 


419 


419 


83 


83 


25 


25 


20 


20 


17 


17 


45 


45 


16 


16 


379 


379 


27 


1100 


406 


406 


306 


306 


60 


60 


18 


18 


15 


15 


12 


12 


33 


33 


12 


12 


276 


276 


28 


2995 


2655 


2655 


1480 


1480 


292 


292 


89 


89 


71 


71 


60 




160 


160 


57 


57 


1337 


1337 


29 


2213 


893 


893 


673 


673 


133 


133 


41 


41 


32 


32 


27 


27 


73 


73 


26 


26 


608 


608 


30 


5829 


10656 


10656 


5938 


5938 


1173 


1173 


358 


358 


286 


286 


239 


239 


644 


644 


229 


229 


5365 


5365 


31 


2121 


1757 


1757 


1324 


1324 


262 


262 


80 


80 


64 




53 




144 




51 




1197 




32 


2790 


1395 


1395 


1051 


1051 


208 


208 


63 


63 


51 




42 




114 


114 


41 


41 


950 


950 


33 


680 


421 


421 


317 


317 


63 


63 


19 


19 


15 




13 




34 




12 




287 




34 


4401 


3103 


3103 


1729 


1729 


342 


342 


104 


104 


83 


83 


70 


70 


188 


188 


67 


67 


1563 


1563 


35 


1466 


478 


478 


361 


361 


71 


71 


22 


22 


17 


17 


15 


15 


39 


39 


14 


14 


326 


326 


36 


307 


439 


439 


331 


331 


65 


5 


20 




16 




13 




36 




13 




299 




37 


2243 


103 


103 


77 


77 


15 


15 


5 


5 


4 


4 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


70 


70 


38 


1501 


582 


582 


439 


439 


87 


87 


26 


26 


21 




18 




48 




17 




397 




39 


130 


151 


151 


114 


114 


22 


22 


7 


7 


5 


5 


5 


5 


12 


12 


4 


4 


103 


103 


40 


2626 


2322 


2322 


1487 


1487 


294 


294 


90 


90 


72 


72 


60 


60 


161 


161 


57 


57 


1344 


1344 


41 


375 


407 


407 


261 


261 


52 


52 


16 


16 


13 


13 


10 


10 


28 


28 


10 


10 


236 


236 


42 


505 


496 


496 


317 


317 


63 


63 


19 


19 


15 


15 


13 


13 


34 


34 


12 


12 


287 


287 


43 




226 


226 


170 


170 


34 


34 


10 


10 


8 


8 


7 


7 


18 


18 


7 




153 


153 


44 
45 




76 


76 


48 


48 


10 


10 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


5 


5 


2 


2 


44 


44 


46 


2995 


2021 


2021 


1518 


1518 


300 


300 


91 


91 


73 


73 


61 


61 


165 


165 


59 


59 


1372 


1372 


47 


6002 


4624 


4624 


2962 


2962 


585 


585 


178 


178 


143 


143 


119 


119 


321 


321 


114 


114 


2677 


2677 


48 




166 


166 


125 


125 


25 


25 


8 


8 


6 




5 




14 


14 


5 


5 


113 


113 


49 


8919 


9262 


9262 


5158 


5158 


1019 


1019 


311 


311 


249 


249 


208 


208 


559 


559 


199 


199 


4661 


4661 


50 


2341 


1294 


1294 


829 


829 


164 


164 


50 


50 


40 


40 


33 


33 


90 


90 


32 


32 


749 


749 


51 




240 


240 


154 


154 


30 


30 


9 


9 


7 


7 


6 


6 


17 


17 


6 


6 


139 


139 


52 


1746 


560 


560 


422 


422 


83 


83 


25 


25 


20 


20 


17 




46 


46 


16 


16 


381 


381 


53 


338 


235 


235 


177 


177 


35 


35 


11 


11 


9 




7 




19 




7 




160 




54 


566 


124 


124 


93 


93 


18 


18 


6 


6 


5 




4 




10 


10 


4 


4 


84 


84 


55 


420 


389 


389 


249 


249 


49 


49 


15 


15 


12 


12 


10 


10 


27 


27 


10 


10 


225 


225 


56 


330 


147 


147 


94 


94 


19 


19 


6 


6 


5 


5 


4 


4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


85 


85 


57 


105 


91 


91 


58 


58 


12 


12 


4 


4 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


53 


53 


58 


768 


670 


670 


505 


505 


100 


100 


30 


30 


24 


24 


20 


20 


55 


55 


19 


19 


456 


456 


59 


324 


200 


200 


150 


150 


30 


30 


9 


9 


7 


7 


6 


6 


16 


16 


6 


6 


136 


136 


60 




334 


334 


259 


259 


51 


51 


16 


16 


12 


12 


10 


10 


28 


28 


10 


10 


234 


234 


61 


822 


223 


223 


168 


168 


33 


33 


10 


10 


8 


8 


7 


7 


18 


18 


6 


6 


152 


152 


62 
63 


95408 


74118 


73660 


46958 


46736 


9280 


9220 


2831 


2811 


2262 


2031 


1889 


1519 


5090 


4626 


1812 


1645 


42434 


38665 





278 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



NEW ORLEANS-SLIDELL 







CONNECT. 








BENEVOLENCES 














ADMIN. 
FUNDS 
























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53a 


53b 


55a 


55b 


56a 


56b 


57a 


57b 


58a 


58b 


59 


60 


1 


BogalusaE.S.M. 


2784 


2784 


2943 


2943 


1128 


1128 


498 


498 


356 


322 


407 




2 


Thirkfield 


367 


348 


388 


388 


149 


149 


66 


66 


47 


47 


54 




3 


Harry's Chapel 


217 


217 


230 


230 


88 


88 


39 


39 


28 


28 


32 




4 


Covington First 


2010 


2010 


2125 


2125 


814 


814 


359 


359 


257 


257 


294 


1134 


5 


Fitzgerald 


690 


690 


729 




280 


280 


123 




88 




101 




6 


Waldheim 


219 


219 


231 


231 


89 


89 


39 


39 


28 


28 


32 




7 


Centenary 


1877 


1877 


1984 


1984 


761 


761 


336 


336 


240 


240 


275 


350 


8 


Fisher 


255 


255 


269 


269 


103 


103 


46 


46 


33 


33 


37 


100 


9 


Winan 


633 


633 


669 


669 


256 


256 


113 


113 


81 


81 


93 




10 


Hayes Chapel 


258 


258 


272 


272 


104 


104 


46 


46 


33 


33 


38 




11 


LaCombe 


692 


692 


732 


732 


280 


280 


124 


124 


88 


88 


101 




12 


St. Tammany 


57 


57 


60 


60 


23 


23 


10 


10 


7 


7 


8 




13 


Lasseigne 


1204 


1204 


1272 


1272 


488 


488 


215 


215 


154 


154 


176 


244 


14 


Lutcher 


274 


274 


289 


289 


111 


111 


49 


49 


35 


35 


40 


191 


15 


Lutcher Chapel 


221 


221 


234 


234 


90 


90 


40 


40 


28 


28 


32 




16 


St. James Whitehall 


158 


158 


167 


167 


64 


64 


28 


28 


20 


20 


23 




17 


Bethany 


1527 


1527 


1614 


1614 


619 


619 


273 


273 


195 


195 


223 




18 


Brooks 


988 


988 


1044 


1044 


400 


60 


177 


77 


126 


55 


45 




19 


Elysian Fields 


1068 




1129 


100 


433 




191 




136 








20 


John Wesley 


184 




194 




74 




33 




23 






193 


21 


New Orleans First 


3888 


3888 


4109 


4109 


1575 


1575 


695 


695 


497 


497 


568 




22 


Gentilly 


1453 


100 


1536 


1536 


589 


589 


260 


260 


186 


186 


213 


45 


23 


Second 


161 


161 


170 


170 


65 


65 


29 


29 


21 


21 


24 




24 


Grace 


1527 


1527 


1171 


1171 


449 


449 


198 


198 


142 


142 


162 




25 


Hartzell 


1064 


1064 


1125 


1125 


431 


431 


190 


190 


136 


136 






26 


Ray Avenue 


162 


162 


172 


172 


66 


66 


29 


29 


21 


21 


24 




27 


LaHarpe 


573 


573 


606 


606 


232 


232 


102 


102 


73 


73 


84 




28 


Thompson 


418 


418 


442 


442 


170 


170 


75 


75 


53 


53 


61 




29 


Lake Vista 


2024 


2024 


2140 


2140 


820 


820 


362 


362 


259 


259 


296 




30 


Metairie 


921 


921 


973 


973 


373 


373 


165 


165 


118 


118 


135 


178 


31 


Munholland 


8121 


8121 


8585 


8585 


3291 


3291 


1452 


1452 


1037 


1037 


1188 


4375 


32 


St. Andrew 


1811 




1915 




734 




324 




231 








33 


St. Bernard 


1438 


1438 


1520 


1520 


583 




257 


25 


184 


75 




34 


34 


Arabi 


434 


434 


459 


459 


176 




78 


78 


55 






17 


35 


St. Lukes 


2365 


2365 


2500 


2500 


958 


958 


423 


423 


302 


302 


346 


959 


36 


St. Marks 


494 


494 


522 


522 


200 


200 


88 


88 


63 


63 


72 


25 


37 


St. Philip 


453 




479 




184 




81 




58 








38 


Spanish 


106 


106 


112 


112 


43 


43 


19 


19 


13 


13 


15 


312 


39 


Pearl River 


601 




635 


250 


243 




107 




77 








40 


Talisheek 


155 


155 


164 


164 


63 


63 


28 


28 


20 


20 


23 


60 


41 


Ponchatoula First 


2034 


2034 


2150 


2150 


824 


824 


364 


364 


260 


260 


297 




42 


Lee's Landing 


357 


357 


377 


377 


145 


145 


64 


64 


46 


46 


52 




43 


Wesley Chapel 


434 


434 


459 


459 


176 


176 


78 


78 


55 


55 


63 




44 
45 


St. Landry 


232 




245 


245 


94 




41 


41 


30 




34 




46 


Ninde Chapel 


66 




70 


70 


27 


27 


12 


12 


8 


8 


10 




47 


St. Timothy 


2076 


2076 


2195 


2195 


841 


841 


371 


371 


265 


265 


304 


34 


48 


Aldersgate 


4052 


4052 


4283 


4283 


1642 


1642 


725 


725 


518 


518 


592 


3500 


49 


Springfield St. Jas 


171 


58 


181 


181 


69 


9 


31 


31 


22 


22 






50 


Slidell First 


7055 


7055 


7457 


7457 


2859 


2859 


1262 


1262 


901 


901 


1032 


10879 


51 


Hartzell Mt. Zion 


322 


322 


1199 


1199 


459 


459 


203 


203 


145 


145 


166 




52 


Newell 


211 


211 


223 


223 


85 


85 


38 


38 


27 


27 


31 




53 


Springfield First 


577 


519 


610 


610 


234 


234 


103 


103 


74 


74 


84 




54 


Huffs Chapel 


242 


242 


256 




98 




43 




31 








55 


Maurepas 


128 


128 


135 




52 




23 




16 








56 


Varnado 


341 




360 


360 


138 


138 


61 


61 


44 


44 


50 




57 


Bush 


128 


128 


136 


136 


52 


52 


23 


23 


16 


16 


19 




58 


Sun 


79 


79 


84 


84 


32 


32 


14 


14 


10 


10 


12 




59 


Wesley Ray 


690 


690 


730 


730 


280 


280 


123 


123 


88 


88 


101 




60 


Live Oak 


206 


206 


218 


218 


83 


83 


37 


37 


26 


26 


30 




61 


Marys Chapel 


354 


354 


374 


374 


143 


143 


63 


63 


45 


45 


52 




62 


Felicity 


230 


230 


243 


243 


93 


93 


41 


41 


29 


29 


34 




63 


No/Slidell District 




























TOTAL 


63837 


57538 


67895 


62773 


26025 


22954 


11487 


10230 


8205 


7246 


8185 


22630 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



279 



























Statistical Table No. 3 




BENEVOLENCES 






General Church 
































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61 


62a 


62b 


62c 


62d 


62e 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


71 


72 






50 








50 






2370 
16 
21 


1962 
259 
153 


1864 
246 
146 


40 
1000 


585 
200 


98 
13 
8 


3279 


18031 
15859 
6384 


2 
3 




149 


207 






356 




58 


1888 
10 


1416 


1346 


4285 


200 


71 
24 


240 
220 


93013 
30611 


4 

5 


















251 


154 


147 


392 




8 


91 


9911 


6 


8 


344 




69 
35 


53 


466 
35 


13 


100 


1048 
453 


1323 
180 
446 
182 


1257 
171 
424 
172 


413 
1056 


188 


66 
9 

22 
9 


2374 

350 
70 


100594 

7389 

29843 

11791 


7 
8 
9 
10 




62 








62 






345 
5 


488 
40 


463 
38 


847 
66 




24 
2 


300 


38656 
1484 


11 
12 


2 














75 


508 


848 


806 


1513 




42 


1725 


97414 


13 




37 






12 


49 






167 


193 


183 


143 




10 


350 


16750 


14 


5 
















145 


156 


148 


1017 




8 




10244 


15 




10 


10 




5 


25 


6 
145 




55 
103 


112 

1076 

17 


106 
1022 
661 


672 
1000 


350 


6 
54 
35 


683 
500 


5911 
89043 
39760 


16 
17 

18 




214 


22 


10 


22 


246 
22 






536 
10 




15 


700 

90 


600 


30 


545 


47182 
9200 


19 
20 






190 






190 






3163 


2739 


2603 


7424 


75 


137 


1032 


208076 


21 




82 


49 






131 






412 


1024 


973 


80 


150 


51 




47637 


22 




7 








7 






78 
267 


113 
781 


108 
742 


10 




6 
39 


650 


10976 
51303 


23 

24 


5 


15 


15 


15 


5 


50 


5 


50 


160 


50 


40 






10 




32652 


25 




5 


5 




5 


15 






24 
305 


90 
404 


90 
384 






5 
20 


150 


8095 
28385 


26 
27 






45 






45 


30 




275 


295 


280 






15 


120 


19033 


28 




53 


73 


26 


32 


184 






926 


1427 


1355 






71 


1525 


99374 


29 




177 






105 


282 






562 


649 


616 


1808 




32 




49312 


30 


100 


394 


150 


887 


20 


1431 
20 




170 


10617 
319 


8423 


5437 


9085 


250 
1355 


286 


3500 
961 


450973 
79038 


31 
32 




55 


58 


100 


7 


220 




50 


536 






506 


45 


51 




51655 


33 




40 


27 


30 


8 


105 






1045 


306 




188 


30 




250 


17765 


34 




27 


85 


124 




236 


5 


101 


3314 


1667 


1583 


3094 




83 


2167 


128698 


35 






109 






109 




27 


1512 


348 


331 


345 
225 


40 


510 


328 


25491 
19895 


36 
37 


40 


16 


25 


27 


25 

5 


77 
21 


22 


60 


590 
88 


74 


71 


81 
830 


88 


70 




8259 
21811 


38 




26 






28 


54 






56 


110 


104 






5 




5646 


40 




155 




104 


114 


373 


54 


75 


5111 


1434 


1362 


525 


246 


72 


2593 


194493 


41 






40 




21 


61 






275 
295 


251 
306 
63 


239 
291 


83 
475 




153 
15 




18101 
24048 
7609 


42 
43 

44 
45 




















47 


47 






2 




2389 


46 


550 


60 


73 






133 






402 


1463 


1390 


566 


239 


73 


566 


152751 


47 




4815 


653 






5468 




87 


6888 
60 


2855 


2713 




197 


143 


1115 


474734 
4700 


48 
49 




280 


231 


75 


111 


697 


75 




5264 


6972 


4723 


9474 


194 


249 


2275 


378603 


50 




70 


62 


10 


28 


170 






112 


799 


759 


2058 


35 


40 


744 


49661 


51 




14 


14 


32 


14 


74 






85 


148 


141 


300 




7 




8756 


52 






24 






24 




50 


190 


407 


386 






20 


735 


23335 


53 






51 






51 






132 








264 






7172 


54 






16 






16 






222 


90 


86 


70 








6489 


55 


















442 


240 


228 


1060 




12 




14650 


56 




25 


17 






25 

17 






660 
66 


91 
56 
486 
145 


86 
53 
462 
138 






5 
3 
24 

7 


140 
75 


5374 

2977 

23713 

12837 


57 

58 
59 
60 




















249 


237 




150 


12 




13288 


61 






23 






23 




10 
165 


106 


162 


154 


282 


211 


8 


674 


15936 
42072 


62 
63 


710| 


7182 


2274 


1544 1 


620